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Mishiko to share lies with Ukraine2011-02-14 14:38
Mikheil Saakashvili has nothing to boast of as a politician or a statesman: the situation in the country he governs is getting only worse. Yet, he is not totally untalented. Saakashvili's gift is his outstanding ability of self-promotion. Over the years of presidency Mishiko has told mountains of lies. As a result his motherland has practically run out of all potential to be fulfilled. That is why the yeller from Tbilisi is trying to turn any international meeting point into a pulpit for his story-telling when he is offered a chance to speak. Soon citizens of Ukraine will hear sweet words of Georgia's eccentric leader.
Two Ukrainian periodicals - Correspondent weekly and Correspondent.net portal are launching a new project named "Ask a question" to let readers interrogate well-known politicians, public figures and representatives of the business elite on various topics. Definitely the idea is not new. Still, it has a twist: the first one to answer questions of Kiev readers will be Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili. It's interesting why managers of both periodicals made this unobvious choice. Are Ukrainians so concerned over the Georgian leader's life and there is no other attractive figure?
At all events, no doubt that the yeller from Tbilisi will take full advantage of the possibility to bring his truth to Ukrainian citizens. As Manana Mandzhagaladze, a spokesperson for the Georgian president told, Mishiko plans to reveal all programs and projects that his government realized in Georgia last year and speak about priorities of home and foreign policy to Correspondent readers. According to Mrs Mandzhagaladze, one of the key points to discuss with Ukrainians will be global inflation and anti-inflation moves.
"He will speak about all important problems that the population of Georgia is concerned with. Naturally, global inflation and challenges the country is facing will be of special emphasis", - the president's press speaker remarked.
To ask Mikheil Saakashvili a question, an email should be sent to this address: firstname.lastname@example.org with the sender's name, surname and place of residence indicated. As authors of the projects promise, best questions and answers will be published in the next Correspondent issue.