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Georgian president attacked on all fronts2010-02-05 12:36
During the years of his rule Mikhail Saakashvili has more than once found himself in most complicated situations. Whatever the attitude of his opponents might be, being a professional PR expert, Mikhail Nikolaevitch always found a way out and turned the obvious minuses into pluses, even if they were doubtful. This was the way he acted after the August 2008 war and the spring political crisis that followed. And now Saakaashvili is facing several challenges at once. If we ignore his open confrontation with the Kremlin we will see that he is being attacked on all fronts: he is criticized by the oppositionists, the West and Europe. Will Mikhail Nikolaevitch be able to settle the current
Saakashvili regularly appears on TV screen with his traditionally emotional speeches. As a rule, he tells the people about the achievements and extensive plans, which he has got in abundance. He is traditionally blaming Russia for all his faults, so should an incompetent person listen to Saakashvili's speeches he might make quite optimistic forecasts in respect of the economical and political situation in the country.
However, things are never easy in Georgia. The authorities' opponents say that Saakashvili is losing not only Europe's support but the support of the blessed West as well. First, there appeared information about the Georgian president being abandoned by his American advisor Daniel Kunin. The press service, however, denied the fact. As was stated by Press Speaker Manana Mandzhgaladze, the information does not quadrate to facts. For instance, one of these days, the All News Georgian edition has published an article titled: "Saakashvili may be seriously concerned about his political future".
The newspaper pays attention to the fact that the general attitude of the most foreign media towards the Georgian president who had been treated as a golden boy in Washington has switched to negative. "There are many articles saying that Georgia has got an image of an unstable country because of Saakashvili's policy, which prevents the inflow of considerable investments to Georgia", - the periodical reports.
The foreign friends seemed to forget to invite the Caucasian democrat to the Munich conference on safety policy that will be held on February 5-7. The oppositional Georgian media noticed mockingly that this fact confirmed Mikhail Nikolaevitch being in disfavor of his friends and partners. The press service asserts that he does not come to Munich because of being too busy. The official authorities did not make any comments as to the fact that leader of the oppositional Alliance for Georgia Irakliy Alasania has been officially invited to Munich to represent Georgia this year.