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Inhabitants of Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Demanding Electricity, Closed the Military Road

25.10.2005

Inhabitants of Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Demanding Electricity, Blocked Military Road

24/10/05, “Media News – More than 500 inhabitants of Mtskheta – Mtianeti blocked Georgia’s military road for two hours. The protestors demanded electricity.

Recently, on the initiative of the distribution company, electricity counters of common use were placed in the region. The inhabitants refused to pay the amount money prescribed by those counters and demanded counters of individual use to be placed. For this, the electricity supply was cut off.

According to the representatives of the PR department of the company, individual counters will soon be installed in three villages: Jhinvali, Zahesi and Digomi. The government has provided 20 million GEL for this.
Representatives of the distribution company also say that if the company finds an investor without help from the government, the price of electricity in this region will increase.

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