First persons of leading parties of Georgia presented their vision of the country's development
Georgia, Tbilisi, Sept.19 /Trend N. Kirtzkhalia /
The second round of debate held on air of Public Broadcaster on Tuesday, which were presented first persons of the party lists taking part in the elections of the main actors.
From the ruling party - "United National Movement", the Speaker of Parliament David Bakradze, from the block "Bidzina Ivanishvili - The Georgian Dream" Kakha Kaladze, the Labour leader Shalva Natelashvili and Christian Democratic Movement leader Giorgi Targamadze were at the debate.
The first persons of four leading outlined their vision for the country in the next four years, indulging to criticisize colleagues. Parties have a little difference in terms of social policy, because all of them are going to send a budget money to the development of health and agriculture.
Giorgi Targamadze also said that if it about power, his party will allocate 1 billion from the budget of GEL to purchase from Russia's energy projects, primarily Tbilisi energy distribution company "Telasi".
Bakradze said that the country today is far gone forward than it was eight years ago and now this progress must bring to every family.
Kakha Kaladze has promised free medical insurance to all citizens of Georgia also he promised that will raise pensions to $ 150, as well as to lower the retirement age, to solve the problem of unemployment through the development of agriculture and the development of small and medium business, transferring from the state budget to a special fund 1 billion lari ($1=1,65 GEL).
Natelashvili at the debate promised free education in schools and universities. CDM same "Georgian Dream" promises to knock off half the tuition fees at universities.
David Bakradze asked Kaladze, how he's going to enforce his promises if the recognition coalition leader Bidzina Ivanishvili, the coalition falls apart and Ivanishvili will leave politics in a half year.
At the request of the partner organization GPB debate - the International Foundation for Electoral Systems - journalists were not allowed into the building to provide for the participants at ease. Journalists will be invited to stay in the building of the Second Channel for half an hour before the start of the debate.