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“Democracy” pressing upon Zakareishvili2011-04-26 14:36
Hardly has the U.S. State Department voiced its apprehensions related to the absence of the freedom of word in Georgia when Mikhail Saakashvili started demonstrating his enthusiasm in fighting the antidemocratic virus. Political expert Paata Zakareishvili who always feels free to express his civil position is facing the risk of joining Hatuna Kalmakhelidze's charges whom she cherishes in her "comfortable" prisons. Member of the Republican Party has miraculously turned from a law-abiding citizen into the Kremlin's agent and a transmitter of the Russian officials' will.
Kremlin's agent and a transmitter of the Russian officials' will.
Paata Zakareishvili got at the Georgian political elite's gunpoint three years ago. He was never embarrassed to make the boldest comments for both national and foreign periodicals, telling about the miserable reality of the Caucasian republic's life. But the problem is that the media and the small public being under the current government's control have been bringing serious pressure on the political expert that ended up in real demonstrations against him. It became more difficult to denounce Mikhail Saakashvili and his supporters after the August-2008 conflict: the authorities introduced martial law in the country, having attached an interesting rule to it. Georgian president and his favourite Giga Bokeria distorted the very notion of a "patriot" and subjected the entire population to restrictions on the freedom of speech.
However, now that Mikhail Nikolozovich solemnly promises to follow the democratic way only, one could as well remember civil rights and the essential articles of the Constitution. But no way: the rebellious Zakareishvili refuses to comply with Mishiko's unspoken commands. And most of all, the president's heart sinks at the opposition's ideas related to a dialogue with the Abkhaz and Ossetians. While the entire government is persuading the Georgians that the trilateral communication is prevented by Russia that would not let the partially recognized republics to Geneva talks, there is one person who ventures to admit an evident fact: Abkhazia and South Ossetia's trust has been lost through Georgia's fault and no censorship is able to destroy the truth.
The face democracy that Georgia is using to hide the reality is falling apart at the seams. The chase of the political expert and member of the Republican Party promoting the pro-western policy that is so much loved by Mishiko shows that the liberalism of the "father of nations" has nothing in common with the principles a fair state is based upon. It is clear that even a put-on democratic image is a nice product to sell to the West in order to get a couple of tranches but the point is that when it comes to Abkhazia and South Ossetia, the mask of tolerance falls off the public officers of the Caucasian republic.
No wonder that the role of a "red rag" causing the government structures' irritation is again played by Paata Zakareishvili. He could not keep from commenting upon the situation around the Israeli and Turkish businessmen who started dealing with the Abkhaz economy and then immediately fell in disgrace with Mikhail Saakashvili. Israel and Turkey at once tuned into doubtful countries that by their activity in "separatist regions" actually admit the legitimacy of such state transformations, and the political expert turned into a public enemy.