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Will the opposition show off another piece of damaging information?2009-10-20 17:40
In November, the Georgian opposition is going to resume the street protest actions demanding Saakashvili's resignation. As the experts assert, the repetition of the April scenario when the opponents blocked central city streets for several month does not promise any good. The opposition prepared a pig in a poke, promising to disclose some audio materials on the death of Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania.
The radical part of the opposition stated already that in November it will resume its street protest actions. Experts are sure that the radicals' effort will again result in nothing.
In his talk with the GHN agency, Georgian expert Gia Khukhashvili underlined that total nihilism prevails among the people who do not trust the opposition. He says the opposition will have to take great pains to alter the public opinion.
Another expert Nika Chitadze believes that the continuation of the oppositional actions in the same manner they were held in April is unacceptable. In his opinion, this concerns the radical non-alternative demand of Saakashvili's resignation, as well as the form of the actions. According to the expert, the right of free movement of those who are not going to take part in the opposition's actions should not be violated.
Either the oppositionists found the statements made by experts and political analysts expedient, or decided to enforce their position but the story of mysterious death of the "pink triumvirate" intellectual leader, first Prime Minister of the revolutionary government Zurab Zhvania popped up again.
By the sixth anniversary of Rose Revolution, only one person out of the revolutionary triad that removed their tutor Eduard Schevardnadze remained in power: it is President Mikhail Saakashvili. In 2008, Speaker of Parliament Nino Burjanadze decided to quit politics. In 2005, Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania died under mysterious circumstances (according to the official version, he suffocated because of the carbon oxide that leaked from a broken Turkish heater).
And now leader of the Georgian oppositional movement Tetrebi (The White) Temur Shashiashvili promised to reveal an audio record of the preparation of Zhvania's murder. As VZGLYAD reminds, Temur Shashiashvili underlined that now this record is undergoing an expertise to make sure it is not fabricated.
In his interview to newspaper Asaval-Dasavali he suggested holding "the people's court" over the murder initiators. As the politician reported, he got this record from the informed sources outside Georgia.
At that moment, former Minister of Defense of Georgia of Shevardnadze's times Tengiz Kitovani commented upon Zurab Zhvania's death (according to Shevardnadze, responsibility for bringing the troops to Abkhazia in 1992 lies on Kitovani - ed.). In his interview to the same periodical Tengiz Kitovani said that according to his data, Zurab Zhvania was killed in the presidential residence of Shavnabada with the help of an electric shocker. He said that the murder was reasoned by business transactions and privatization transactions.
"Zurab Zhvania was like a burr in Mikhail Saakashvili's throat", - he stated. The former minister also believes that the former prime minister "would not have allowed a war with Russia, for he had a more liberal attitude to Russia".