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Ivanishvili has cut Ministers' wages2013-03-13 13:58
Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili has decided to cut salaries of the Ministers, the RBC reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported on Wednesday by the Prime Minister's press service, under the decision of the head of the government Ministers' salary was reduced by 12%.
The press service noted that in contrast to previous years, this year much less money would be allocated from the budget for financing the salaries of the government members. In addition, all information about Ministers' wages will be completely transparent to the public.
Georgian government also refuses from the practice of monthly bonuses for the Ministers, existed under the previous government, the Prime Minister's press service announced.
Bonuses will be issued once a year by the decision of the Prime Minister.
According to the press service, a monthly salary of Ministers amounts 6300 lari (about $ 3,800), the Trend reported.