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Georgi Khaindrava: “Saakashvili is a drug addict”2009-12-08 15:26
One of these days, leader of Democratic Movement - United Georgia Nino Burjanadze (see photo), a representative of the Georgian opposition's uncompromising wing has recently shared her idea of the Georgian president's plans, as well as her apprehensions related to his further stay in power. Nino Anzorovna has come to know her former Rose Revolution associate perfectly well. Perhaps, this fact makes her opinion worth considering.
She believes that the current regime literally keeps Georgia on a barrel of gunpowder. As to the head of the state, former State Minister of Georgia and the current oppositionist Georgi Khanidrava (see photo) in his interview with the Georgian periodical Alaval-dasavali accused the current president of the country Mikhail Saakashvili of drug consumption.
"I may bindingly confirm that Saakashvili is a drug addict. To prove my assertion, I propose undergoing a drug test together with him in laboratory conditions", - Interfax is citing Khaindrava.
Fears are growing: where is the country to be led by a president like this? No wonder that Burjanadze stated in her interview to newspaper Version that one of the plans made by the current Georgian president implies obtaining the status of an exile president in case the situation in the country gets worse. "Unfortunately, it is better for Saakashvili to be a president exiled by Russia rather than by his opposition and his people. The status of an exile president will let him use the international arena in future", - former speaker of the Georgian parliament said.
It is worth remembering that in the spring-summer period of this year, numerous oppositional parties of Georgia held endless protest actions aimed at removing Mikhail Saakashvili from his post. However, the president outplayed his opponents in this political game and is now trying to dictate his own conditions of the "armistice". He distracted the attention of a part of the opposition by holding local elections. This part of opposition is seriously considering a competition with the governmental henchman at the elections of Mayor of Tbilisi.
Nevertheless, the other part of oppositional forces initially expressed its distrust in the master of the Avlabar residence and refused to take part in the game according to the rules dictated by the authorities. Nino Burjanadze is a member of a triumvirate of the Georgian oppositional ladies represented as well by Eka Beselia (Movement for United Georgia) and Salome Zurabishvili (Way of Georgia).