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Indigent Georgians want to meet with Ivanishvili2013-02-20 15:22
Disadvantaged residents of Tbilisi held a protest in the State Chancellery. The action lasted two hours and ended with expulsion of its participants from the building by the police officers, the Caucasian Knot reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The action was attended by about 20 people who live in the occupied former building of the railway hospital. On February 19, they broke into State Chancellery and demanded either to legalize their stay in the hospital, or to allocate them other appartments in Tbilisi.
After that the disadvantaged tried to block entrance to the business center of the Prime Minister of Bidzina Ivanishvili, where he lives with his family. But the police officers prevented them from that.
Recall, Bidzina Ivanishvili met with the Georgian entrepreneurs on Tuesday, February 19.
"I have passed this hard way ... I have no opportunity of doing business today, but I know the needs of business very well and I can assure you that the Government will not interfere in the business only to simplify and improve the conditions for entrepreneurs and businessmen", said Ivanishvili.
The meeting was attended by about 200 representatives of the business sector, as well as representatives of the government of the country.