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On November, 7th, Georgian opposition starts a new struggle for peaceful change of the rule

2008-11-07 13:48

David Gamkrelidze, the Leader of the New Rights Party stated that the action of November, 7th, would begin the active phase of struggle for a peaceful change of rule in the country, change of government through elections.

1/5/2/52.jpeg«Don't let anybody think that on November, 7th the opposition will demand absolute and immediate dismissal of Saakashvili and his government. The Georgian opposition has not got ready for this moment yet», - stated the leader of the New Rights Party in the air of the Caucassia TV company on November, 6th one day before the large-scale manifestation action of the united opposition in Tbilisi.


According to Gamkrelidze, his action will begin the active phase of struggle for a peaceful change of rule in the country through elections.

«To complete it, in the first line we must to change the background in the West. Neither the USA nor Europe see any alternative to the present Georgian government», - he stated.

According to Gamkrelidze, Saakashvili as a politician is exhausted. He has no resources to rule the country as he is criticized both in Georgia and abroad. «The first blow is already stricken, it was the victory of Barack Obama in the US election », - mentioned the New Rights Party Leader.

He called the West and, first of all, the new US administration to support Georgia and Georgian people, but not certain persons like Saakashvili, Bokeria and their team, as it has been done before.

At the same time, some certain changes in the Georgian policy of the White House Gamkrelidze expects since February 2009, after the inauguration of Barack Obama, when the new US President will take the helm. Perhaps, that is why Georgian opposition intends to demand early presidential and parliamentary elections on spring 2009.

Gamkrelidze recollected all Saakashvili's "sins", from economical breakdown to the «100 new hospitals» unrealized project, in the course of which the buildings of the biggest medical centers and clinics were sold for a song, and not a single hospital build in return.

According to Gamkrelidze, the country is falling in a serious economic crisis. Monetary reserves are depleted, as the National Bank of Georgia spent 20-30 mln dollars daily for artificial support of the national currency, lari. Investments in Georgia are rare, especially after the events of August, 2008, export is practically stopped, money transfers that used to come from Russia, decreased dramatically due to the government policy.


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