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Merabishvili: I will fight unemployment in the same way as I fought criminal
14:11 02.07.2012
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According to the statement of the Prime-Minister, Vano Merabishvili, government’s main challenge will be fight against unemployment. 

According to the Premier, he will fight unemployment in the same way, as he fought crime.  

Merabishvili said, he will present to the parliament government’s plan of the next four years.   

“Much has been done in the country, trade, economy and number of tourists increased, but many families were not able to feel it. Unfortunately, there still is poverty in the country, there are many unemployed people and health care is not available. We are starting to work on exactly these issues”, - Merabishvili said. 

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