Through recent weeks, it has been disturbing to meet with the ever-increasing number of Armenian’s, who now travel to and from
They talk about all manner of unbelievable happenings, that through their recent years in
The Georgian people are allowed to travel around the Republic without being constantly assisted by the authorities. They are even being coerced into developing small and medium business enterprises, where they are being obliged to pay dues to the state budget, in accordance with the laws of the land.
Agricultural land is being offered to investors, on the understanding that it is used exclusively for agriculture, and the land purchaser has to commit to employing a minimum of four farm workers on each hectare they own. Foreign Investors are rushing in to the Republic to take advantage of this very questionable proposition. How is it possible that a state authority could develop such a worthless endeavor as agriculture that will only benefit farm workers, and which will be of little benefit to the state? Maybe President Sahakashvilli has some kind of illusion that agriculture is important to a developing economy.
Auctions of state properties are being conducted in rooms full of people professing to be investors, who actually have the gall to bid for properties. And if they happen to be the highest bidder, they say that they will pay with real money.
And then in
Let us hope that the future Armenian Presidential elections are not marred by external influences which might impose upon