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Saakashvili cannot be like Putin2011-05-26 16:55
Head of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili has again changed his name. Now he is called Mikheyl, which makes him one more step closer to the long-desired Michael. However, that's not the president's only achievement. He gave an interview to the Ukrainian television where he laconically and clearly described his political future, explained how deeply mistaken everyone is about the true image of Georgians and told why he will never be like Vladimir Putin.
From Mikhail to Mikheil and then to Mikheyl. The Georgian president changes his names like gloves, so the loyal media scarcely keep up with the new fashionable tendencies. One may only wish the head of the state to transform his name into the longed-for Michael, which appears to be his aim. But Mishiko makes everyone restless in expectation of such an epochal event. His interview given to the Ukrainian television might literally tear up an unprepared viewer's brain. So might the appearance of the Georgian leader, who was dressed in an embroidered shirt out of respect for the audience.
The interview should be cited carefully: a normal reader will go crazy approximately on the third line. Indeed, one has to be Mikhail-Mikheyl Saakashvili to make out anything of his verbiage. For example, that's how the president answers a simple question about whether he is going to become a prime minister when his presidential term expires: