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Tax Amnesty Proposed by United National Movement

Published: August 12, 2013 | 8:40 am
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Would it be appropriate to carry out a tax amnesty, as suggested by members of the United National Movement? The UNM has identified the amnesty as one of the ways to improve the economic situation in the country. In a statement recently published by the party, the talk is of only drawing criminal charges against the civil servants, but not the businesspeople who have been found to be involved in corruption schemes.
The owner of the oil company Magnati Jemal Leonidze – one of the businessmen who suffered a loss of property under the previous government – has described the UNM’s statement as “a fight for survival.” The economic expert Soso Tsiskarishvili adds that the UNM is trying to gain favours with the businesses through the proposed concessions.

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