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Rose Revolution vice versa2011-05-16 14:04
On May 21, the People's Assembly is planning to hold anti-government actions in Tbilisi and Batumi, while the Georgian Party guided by the disgraced Irakly Okruashvili is going to voice its protest at Locomotive Stadium. The former minister of defense is going to use every possible resource to overthrow the current autocratic regime and hang Mikhail Saakashvili on the nearest tree. However, Georgian experts are warning the oppositional politicians against such hasty step, for another revolution may completely destroy Georgian nationalism.
In March, leader of Our Georgia - Free Democrats party Irakly Alasania at an international conference in Brussels tried to attract attention to the unfair electoral environment in the Caucasian republic and to explain that there is no other alternative than changing the government. American sovereign seemed to listen to the oppositionists' words and decided to watch closely the coming electoral processes. However, more millions allegedly appropriated by Washington for a good deed may be lost in the pockets of those who are holding Sakartvelo by its threat.
It's a stalemate, in fact. Georgian experts and international specialists share a disappointing opinion that Georgia needs serious changes but another revolutionary coup may grow into a civil war. After the 2003 events when Mikhail Saakashvili and his henchmen took the helm, the Caucasian republic found itself involved in serious geopolitical scheming of the American administration and other key states in the region. The United States' puppet has laid a burden of financial dependence upon the state and now the international community is racking brains on how to put Mishiko out of the game without serious consequences.
"Of course, the government made mistakes and there is a lot to be done. It is clear that we need extra efforts to overcome unemployment and strengthen the institutes, including the democratic ones. It all needs being discussed and the discussion is on, both at the international and domestic level. But the public must decide what these persons have got in common with the situation. There is nothing rational here, only offence and total blindness that follows. One may fall into an abyss, for such actions and attitude will lead to nothing else", - the media is citing Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee for European Integration David Darchiashvili.