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Saakashvili to raise the country from hunkers2011-05-12 19:54
President Mikhail Saakashvili who has been constantly caring of his fellow countrymen decided to turn his eyes on education. Once again education has become the focus of the Georgian leader's close attention and will remain as such for another week. Mishiko has already demonstrated an uncommon view of the situation to the teachers. Saakashvili believes it too banal to raise the county from its knees; another thing is to raise it from hunkers!
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili has got a tight schedule, just like Munchausen who, as you can remember, had a feat planned for each day. Leader of Sakartvelo is not falling behind this literature character in surprising his fellow countrymen, though he does it not with heroic deeds but with his offhand figures of speech.
Mishiko's beloved teachers, whom he meets with regularly, fall within the zone of special risk. Saakashvili's press secretary has again declared that she would dedicate the next week to the educational system and local reforms. Teachers, who generally possess a wide outlook and deep knowledge in their line of work, must be stunned by the president's revelations.
Let us remind you that just several days ago, Saakashvili equaled Georgian alphabet to the Georgian genetic code. Any normal biology teacher might have a heart seizure after such discovery. And yesterday, teachers got to know that it had been indecent to be educated in Sakartvelo before Mishiko took on the matter.
"In our time, it was a shame for boys to get on well at school. That's the "on hunkers" mentality, which is typical of the Georgian politics. Sometimes I think that they are stockbrokers sitting on their haunches at the stock exchange. That was Georgia's social order but we managed to change it", - Mikhail Saakashvili stated during his meeting with the certified teachers.
As for him, he finished school with a golden medal, which fact he prefers to conceal now. Well, it was a Soviet school, where the future democratic leader simply must get only "Ds", break windows and make rows with the headmaster. Mishiko, an exemplary boy, must have been too embarrassed but nevertheless, did his homework obediently, did no naughty things and fawned on teaches. It did not help him much, though, for politics has beaten out the remaining secondary education from his head but the fact is still obvious.