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Prime Minister wants to take Part in drafting the Building Legislation

Published: December 12, 2013 | 2:17 pm
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The Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Gharibashvili, will personally become involved in drafting the Building Legislation. According to Mr Gharibashvili’s press service, the Prime Minister took the decision during a meeting of the Economic Council. In particular, Mr Gharibashvili showed interest for the quality of building, and expressed his desire to fix the institutional mechanisms of quality control.
According to the decision by the Economic Council, specialists in the field and NGO representatives will take part in the process of drafting the new Building Legislation.
The council also discussed other current economic themes and investment proposals.
The Georgian government will continue the programme of helping small farmers. The agricultural activities in spring 2014 will be financed both from the State Budget and through private funds.

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