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April scenario with a change of clothes2009-04-08 22:57
There is an interesting show in store for Tbilisi, where authorities and opposition are prescribing each other unaccustomed roles. The organizers of the rallies are afraid that men "planted" by the intelligence services could provoke violence on 9th April. While parliamentary deputies are uncovering the crafty plans of the demonstrators, who are allegedly intending to take to the streets in army uniform.
The chairman of the parliamentary defence committee, Givi Targamadze, has shared some secret information: individual participants in the rallies are planning to take to the streets of Tbilisi in military uniform. "They are planning to disseminate reports that some military units will apparently be joining the action, and that there has been a split in Georgia's Armed Forces. I want to tell the instigators of this idea that it is shameless and ridiculous," Nregion quotes the deputy. To elaborate on his idea, the opposition are not planning peaceful protest demonstrations, but a genuine state coup. They might just as successfully give false orders within army units and take the Georgian parliament building by storm.
Following the scandal surrounding the arrests of members of the "Democratic Movement- United Georgia" party, the opposition leaders have asked their close allies to be more cautious, in order not to get caught by government double-agents. The leader of the Conservative Party, Kakha Kukava, and the general secretary of the Movement for a United Georgia, Eka Beselia, said at the time that the people depicted on the Interior Ministry's video footage did not have any links to the opposition parties. She repeatedly warned of acts of provocation that were being planned by Saakashvili's team, and Burjanadze herself. Even before the episode concerning the weapons seized from her supporters, the former prime minister told journalists that a survey was being carried out on numbers registered as belonging to Interior Ministry telephones. The "sociologists" were interested in the society's reaction to the news that the opposition is planning an armed coup.