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State and Church in Georgia  - In Georgia, where 36% of the population is living below the minimum subsistence level, the public agencies give the Orthodox Church valuable gifts worth of millions of lari using taxpayers' money. In response, the Orthodox Church has also presented valuable gifts to public figures. JumpStart Georgia visualized some of the facts from this mutually beneficial State-Church relationship in Georgia quoting Jesus from Gospel of Matthew. -

In Georgia, where 36% of the population is living below the minimum subsistence level, the public agencies give the Orthodox Church valuable gifts worth of millions of lari using taxpayers' money. In response, the Orthodox Church has also presented valuable gifts to public figures. JumpStart Georgia visualized some of the facts from this mutually beneficial State-Church relationship in Georgia quoting Jesus from Gospel of Matthew.

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