"The 10-point plan of Georgian government and 2012 state budget explicitly shows that the government does not prioritize science and education," - Manana Nachkebia, one of the leaders of the political movement New Rights said.
"Taking in consideration that in Georgia the 2.5% of GDP is for education and 0.22% for the science, this figures show that this is a smallest financing in all post soviet area. At the same time the strategic development plan for 2011-2015 and the 2012 state budgest stipulated a radical steps in these directions. Contrary, the governemtn's main document contains only a general phrases, and about already carried out reforms. No expences are envisaged for the educaiton and science in the state budget. The 10-point document even does not mention the development of science, "- Nachkebia said.
She said that New Rights considering that such approach absolutely unclear is.