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The Georgian politicians started throwing accusations of murder2009-06-29 20:53
The domestic situation in Georgia rather resembles a quest. God has endued the Georgians with unique creative skill; still, when used in politics, this gift seems to produce the opposite effect. Today's high passions give one creeps as if it were a block buster. The notorious story with money provided by the former Head of MIA of Georgia has got a sequel. Certain criminal facts have emerged; the public is shocked with the politicians.
On Friday, the scandalous story with the sponsorship of the Georgian opposition started growing in details. Being indignant at the fact of a meeting between leader of the opposition Levan Gachechiladze and head of The New Rights David Gamkrelidze with the former head of MIA Kakha Targmadze, the ruling majority reminded the oppositionists of their exceptionable past.
Thus, brother of the oppositional delegate Misha Iashvili who also took part in the meeting with Kakha Targamadze was referred to as "associated with the criminal business". "We all remember this man selling electric power while people in Georgia were shivering with cold", - the majority delegate said, stressing the fact that together with his business partners Misha Iashvili appropriated the Georgian airlines and aircraft.
David Gamkrelisze, for whom the intellectual elite voted at the beginning of 2008 during the early presidential elections, was also reminded of the money on which he lives. Gamkrelidze's insurance business was prospering at the time when Targamadze was the minister. He was reminded of having robbed the Georgians by way of obligatory motor car insurance, this business being conducted solely in his private company of Aldagi. As to the contracts, they were so intricately drawn up that the company practically never paid insurance indemnity to its clients.
Namesake of the former Head of Foreign Affairs Givi Targnadze heading the Parliamentary Committee for Security and Defense was almost hissing: leaders of the opposition "have spat into the people's face". According to GHN, he pointed out that while the authorities were suggesting a dialogue these people have openly met with "the country's enemy", from whom they were hoping to get money. Givi Targamadze also accused his namesake of the fact that the latter is supposedly going to sponsor another possible murder with the money he took away from the people he killed. It is not quite clear what kind of murder he means; still, the fact is here: in their long-term domestic conflict, the politicians have gone as far as accusing each other of murders.
It did not take Kakha Targamadze long to answer. At first he refrained from making any statements but at the weekend there came a tornado of his words. On Sunday evening, in the Political Week TV program broadcasted by the Public Television First Channel the former minister reported the details of the recent meeting with leaders of the Georgian opposition. According to him, they exchanged information "of global importance". The former minister warned Levan Gachechiladze against being in danger and said that he might become the target for a "certain kind of actions".