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Monarch Mishiko under the mantle of democracy

2011-10-06 13:00

Monarch Mishiko under the mantle of democracy. 22875.jpegGeorgia, poisoned by the virus of nationalism, continues to trample its own history. It turns out that building democracy in the Caucasian republic is hampered by those who disagree with the regime of Mikhail Saakashvili, who is far from democratic governance in the same way as the warlords in Somalia. And all who realized the firmness of relations with Russia and its people and who want their country to get intelligent leader, were declared traitors Sakartvelo dreaming to restore the monarchy.


Form of government in Georgia can hardly be called a democracy, though Mikhail Saakashvili is very proud that the United States of America chose Georgia for "reeducation" of the remnants of the socialist past. A wave of color revolutions, that swept post-Soviet space, came to fruition but the results achieved can not be called successful. Georgian society, whose representatives have already been subjects of the Russian Empire, citizens of the Soviet Union, where everyone and everything belonged to the people, now has to call itself democratic, even though most of them do not quite understand what it is.

It's not surprisingly, the restitution of the monarchy is an inevitable issue which is raised more often in Georgia. Agreements concluded by the Russian emperor with the Georgian princes of individual public formations allowed Sakartvelo to get the very territorial integrity, which Mikhail Saakashvili is trying to save from his own people today. And the blame for the breakaway of Abkhazia and South Ossetia is being layed on Moscow today. According to "Father of the Nation", Moscow only dreams to wipe the Caucasus republic off the geopolitical map.

Therefore, those Georgians who want a change, are called traitors by the current government. Main fear that feeds the prison system of Georgia, the economic department, the parliament and president - is loss of power. Michail Saakashvili, who received a priceless gift from the American overlord, is not ready to leave the scene in 2013. Changes of the country's chief law allows him to become a prime minister in the future and to abolish the powers of the head of state, and thus to manage Georgia till gray hair. An this is the desire for the monarchy - the power of one person over a whole people. Of course, Mr. Saakashvili has repeatedly accused Russia of following exactly the same way. But Kremlin either under Putin or under Medvedev never fed electorate with tales of direct democracy.

Even if we don't use the word "monarchy", which, as we understand, is annoying Georgian government and media under its control, then all that Georgia has got at the moment - it's managed democracy. However, the difference between Tbilisi and Moscow is that Russia is pursuing a policy of protecting its national interests by their own, while Georgia reads speeches and makes policy decisions, prepared by the United States. If we talk about the public thinking of Georgian society as a whole, then its absence represents commitment to delegate democracy and then - complete transfer of power to one person.

Georgian people made a mistake when chose Mikhail Saakashvili as a mediator of their will. However, it's never too late to correct mistakes through regular elections and transfer power to another person. And here voters faced a seemingly unexpected event - illegitimate presidential election when Saakashvili won a second five-year term. This fact was recognized by international observers, and Mishiko received a severe reprimand from the White House. So who aspires to the monarchy, Georgian society or its current leader?

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