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The Laborites taking the wraps off Saakashvili’s secrets2010-10-25 20:30
Georgian Labor Party has again come out with accusations addressed at Mikheil Saakashvili. This time, the oppositionists are accusing Georgian leader of the fact that he and his government are allegedly manipulating gasoline prices. Besides, in the Laborites opinion, President of Azerbaijan Ilkham Aliyev is also interested in serving Saakashvili and his family's interests, so long as he gets a significant share of revenue from the Azerbaijani GNKAR Georgia filling stations.
"We appeal to President of Azerbaijan Ilkham Aliyev, who, as we hope, cherishes amicable relationship between the two nations, asking him to take relative measures against the oil companies monopolists so as to prohibit their bandit activities", - Political Secretary of the Laborite party Giorgi Gugava stated yesterday.
That's a serious statement indeed, so long as earlier, the Laborites came out with the criticism solely of Mikheil Saakashvili and his henchmen and promised him a hell mouth, at the very least. Not so long ago, they have unmasked the Georgian president's clan in respect of personal assets. It turned out that Mishiko, his mother, uncle and brothers have monopolized almost all the spheres of business in Georgia.
After that, the weariless Laborite party initiated a claim with the International Criminal Court, charging Mishiko with criminal offences. For instance, with a crime committed in 2006 - at that time, MIA special forces attacked the family of a local authority Eugeny Aprasidze in Svanetia and shot several members of his family in the course of the operation (under the pretext of showing resistance).
Also, the "labor party" pointed at another incident - in November 2007, during the breakup of a peaceful demonstration, the authorities used acoustic weapon and chemical substances prohibited by international conventions. Besides, MIA employees have repeatedly shot those suspects whose blame was not proven by court.
Besides, there is a fact that oppositional fractions got tired of reminding the world community about their political opponents being persecuted by the authorities. At this point, the Laborite Party suffered certain losses: the prosecutor's office even initiated a criminal case against its leader, accusing him of cooperation with Russian special services and treason of motherland. However, later on, the case was closed, so long as the law-enforcement authorities failed to prove Natelashvili's guilt.