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Saakashvili speaks of democracy on FCC2011-01-27 16:07
Mikheil Saakashvili keeps following the path of Russian PM Vladimir Putin. Recently reactivated First Caucasian Channel (FCC) showed him answering questions of his compatriots concerned over the future of their country. As we know, Mishiko is not good at dialoguing. His strongest point is a metaphoric monologue on a topic. Here too Mikheil Nikolozovich, who considers himself a real democrat, exaggerated stating there is no ideal form of democracy. Surprisingly, Human Rights Watch, a rights protecting organization, agrees with him claiming that the rights protecting sphere in Georgia leaves much to be desired.
It was decided to make FCC return to broadcasting a pompous event. According to the idea "President Answers Questions" any citizen could ask Mikheil Saakashvili of anything he/she is worried about. But will the man who is obsessed with Georgia's role in South Caucasus be satisfied with a dialogue? He obstinately believes that the Caucasian republic remains a global player in world policy let alone its exceptional mission in the region. According to the Georgian president, all this is confirmed by various ratings he usually refers to.
"I know very well the way my people live and that there are serious problems, but ratings acknowledge our achievements, and we must definitely become a successful country and stop complaining. The main thing is education, we need well-educated professionals", - Saakashvili stated emphasizing that the state seeks stability, democracy development and economic growth.
It is unknown what kind of ratings Mikheil Nikolozovich reads in his leisure hours, but statistics presented by all renowned organizations prove that the effect is opposite. According to the survey carried out by The Institute for Economics and Peace, Sakartvelo is ranked 142d in a rating of peaceful countries, and the index is 8 points lower than two years ago.
Then, after the armed conflict in South Ossetia in August 2008, the Caucasian republic was ranked 139th. Russian peacekeepers forced Saakashvili to stop "Clear Field" operation. But as practice shows, the Georgian leader did not learn the right lesson: among factors that influenced Georgia's standing in the list of peaceful countries, the IEP names violent dispersion of protest rallies.