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Cleaning Tax Still Attached to Electricity Bill

11.11.2011
On November 10, the Appeal Court discussed suit of the Christian-Democrat Party where they requested to abolish connection between cleaning and electricity taxes.

Representatives of the CDP reported to the Interpresnews that the Appeal Court did not change the decision of the Tbilisi City Council and did not satisfy the suit of the political party.

Giorgi Akhvlediani and Jaba Samushia from the CDP stated that recent decision of the City Council complicated the social conditions of 90% of Tbilisi population.

“The fact again proved that the Court acts impartially. Otherwise they would have easily satisfied our suit and suspend unfair decision of the City Council because our arguments were quite valid and well-grounded,” said Giorgi Akhvlediani.

The CDM leaders said they will appeal against the decision of the City Council at the Supreme Court too.

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