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DISKUSI PUBLIK “Sukses Reformasi Libertarian di Georgia?” Why Georgia has succeeded Larisa Burakova

Senin 27 Februari, 2012 Pukul 19.00 – 21.00 WIB Wisma Proklamasi Jl. Proklamasi No. 41Jakarta Pusat


Why Georgia has succeeded Larisa Burakova February 27, 2012


Why Georgia


Why Georgia #1 Reformer for the last 5 years


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Among leaders in combating corruption Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index, change 2003-2010

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Small government de-bureaucratization

privatization

liberalization


Ministry of Internal Affairs


“Everything is sold, except honor.”


Privatization checklist sea ports main generating and distribution electricity assets gas distribution

done done done

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Liberalization business and tax registration merged into one simple process just one day no paid-in-capital requirements


Liberalization number of licenses reduced by 85% ‘one-stop-shop’ licensing principle ‘silence-is-consent’ rule


Liberalization Simple contractual relations between employers and employees No restrictions of the duration of term contracts and the number of overtime hours


Liberalization

Reduced number of steps and days for registering property


Liberalization Simplification Decrease in number and rates Better enforcement


Liberalization No quotas on import/export Custom tariff = 0.3% of GDP Simplified export/ import procedures


Other reforms • Healthcare reform • Financial reform • Educational reform • Rule of law reform • ...


“We appreciate the model of democracy and transparency that they’ve been setting not just for their own country but also for the region as a whole.”


Georgia did; others can follow.


Thank you! lburakova@gmail.com

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