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Parliament Makes Significant Business Decisions Unilaterally

Published: July 30, 2013 | 11:41 am
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The Parliament has been found to make significant business decisions without consulting the businesses. The highest legislative body is has also changed its position on certain issues following criticism from the Prime Minister. The moratorium on home repossessions, the legislation on gambling, and the new Labour Code are such issues. The IliaUni Business Review researcher Giorgi Abashishvili has told TV3 that the Parliament has been making hasty decisions, while the changing of positions following the Prime Minister’s criticism shows that there is discourse between the legislative body and the government.
The Chairman of the Parliamentary Commission on Branch Economy Zurab Tkemaladze states that the Parliament’s initiative regarding a moratorium on home repossessions served to find a way to help those in need. He adds that consultations regarding the legislation are still ongoing, and the legislative body, together with the businesses, will try to settle on a version that is acceptable to both sides.

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