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"Georgian Dream" of a spy2013-02-06 21:08
Coalition "Georgian Dream" has unmasked agents who allegedly had been infiltrated by the "United National Movement". Most of them are members of the regional organizations of the party. "Political spies" have been expelled from the party. Parliamentary majority leader David Saganelidze was the first who raised the alarm. He sent the Georgian Interior Ministry a list of people suspected of spying for the party of Mikheil Saakashvili. However, the Interior Ministry is in no hurry to launch the investigation. The reason is the lack of such an article in the Criminal Code of Georgia. Meanwhile, the media has reported that the "Nationals" even had been going to recruit Defense Minister Irakli Alasania.
Apparently, the search for agents and spies is a favorite pastime of not only Mikheil Saakashvili. The new government in the face of coalition "Georgian Dream" is also speaking of disclosure of intelligence network. Within the coalition. The creator of the network is the party of Mikheil Saakashvili "United National Movement".
If we believe in this information, the subject of attack of the "Nationals" is the very top of the "Georgian Dream". The media has spread information that one of the first "victims" had been the Defense Minister and leader of the coalition Irakli Alasania. Prime Minister Ivanishvili was asked at a press conference what he could say about the fact that Alasania had been seen with the wife of Mayor of Tbilisi Gigi Ugulava and her friend during a trip to Dubai? "Well, what can I say about this - many of my friends are cheating on their wives", Ivanishvili said as if nothing had happened. "No, no, do not think that I mean Irakli Alasania", Prime Minister said immediately. "I think that our political opponents are trying to recruit him. I'll talk to Irakli and find out everything", Ivanishvili promised reporters.
Alasania has already fallen into disgrace of the Prime Minister after the party "Free Democrats" had been discussing his candidacy for president of Georgia without notifying Ivanishvili. The reaction was immediate - Alasania and leader of the "Georgian Dream" had had a very unpleasant conversation, and after a few days Ivanishvili released him from the position of Vice-Premier. Ivanishvili has already found a substitute - the new Deputy Prime Minister apparently will be the Minister of Education George Margvelashvili.
The name of the "Free Democrats" has again sounded in another "spy scandal". Fuel to the fire was poured by parliamentary majority leader David Saganelidze. According to him, the activists of the party along with the representatives of the "United National Movement" disrupted several regional conferences of the "Georgian Dream". There were named specific names: the majoritarian candidate from the coalition in Khon district Nika Sanodze, who, according to David Saganelidze, prior to the parliamentary election every day passed the information to the "National" Akaki Bobokhidze, which resulted in the defeat of the "Georgian Dream" in the district. Saganelidze also named the party member Alexander Beridze, who had allegedly disrupted district conference in Rustavi.
Saganelidze later said he did not consider the party of Irakli Alasania the only where the agents had infiltrated. They can be in any other party of the coalition.
Saganelidze decided not to limit himself with the statement and passed from words to deeds. So he handed over the list of possible agents to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia. "The issue of "infiltrated" agents will be investigated by the MIA", said Saganelidze.