Georgia’s new government intends to spend 20 bln lari to improve population’s conditions
Georgia, Tbilisi, July 3 / Trend N. Kirtzkhalia /
The new Georgian government will spend 20 billion lari ($ 1 = 1.65 lari) from the state budget over four years to resolve the people's problems.
According to it, the government intends to allocate 6 billion lari for pensions during 4 years, which will increase to $ 100 per month from 2013, 3 billion for health insurance, which involves insurance of every citizen of the country, 3 billion for social assistance, which
involves annual allocation of vouchers to the amount of 250 lari per family, 4 billion for supporting the village, which involves providing each village with gas, roads, water, and the Internet, 4 billion for education.
The governmental program was submitted to the parliament on Tuesday.
Today, it will be discussed in the fractions and committees.
The Georgian Parliament at a special meeting on July 4 will consider the issue of declaring the vote of confidence to the new government and its program. The parliamentary majority mat take this decision without the support of the opposition, which is not going to take
responsibility for the activity of the new government.
It should be stressed that Georgia's annual budget is about 7.5 billion lari.