👉 Fridon Injia – what is happening in the parliament today is staged and secondary
🔹 “What is happening in the parliament today is secondary, the state does not need it. This is staged… Parliament should be debating major social challenges today. Today, it should be seen how to stabilize the population in rural areas, how to reduce the outflow of citizens from the country, and how to ensure high-level education and ideology in Georgia.”
🔹 Chairman of the political group “European Socialists” Fridon Injia announced this at the plenary session of the Parliament, where the country’s Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili was interrogated.
🔹 “We are building infrastructure and villages are being emptied. Strengthening and strengthening the Georgian peasant in rural areas will save our country. Let’s announce and give 500-500 GEL monthly to families in rural areas who give birth to a second child. Can you imagine, 45,000 are born in the country and 60,000 die, and 100,000 leave the country every year. This needs to be discussed”, said Fridon Injia.