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Mishiko in search of talents

2011-05-27 14:52

Mishiko's concern over medical sphere is also perfectly timed. Considering that as a result of the current clashes several dozens of people were injured, and nobody can predict the developments, doctors are needed as ever. If the situation continues, Georgia will become a "medical country" and a "prison country" as well. Though it has already been a prison for a long time. Now there will be few people who will doubt that the term "police state" is not slander or exaggeration. This is deplorable truth.


Still, it's funny to see Mishiko concerned over medicine. Buildings of hospitals are quickly sold at auctions; a visit to a doctor is so expensive that it's almost unaffordable to masses. Doctors are paid beggarly salaries, and pharmacies are full of forged and dangerous medications. It's pure arrogance to have ambitions of a "medical regional center" (does Mishiko see himself as chief doctor??). However, this is what Saakashvili often dreams of: Georgia as a God-knows-what center of Caucasus (tourism, economic, etc). It's safe to dream: any toy is OK that keeps an aggressor at bay. People that heard this speech are polite and well-mannered. They won't laugh loudly and hallo. Maybe doctors will shed a modest tear thinking of the gap between the president's

dream and reality.

Yet, the words about the central "hospital" of the region, on the whole, sound funny. Looking at Georgian authorities it becomes clear: they really are sick! There is an impression that Mishiko's dream has come true, and Sakartvelo is really becoming an elite regional medical center specializing in psychiatry. Even representatives of the authorities are well-becoming. It's a pity that people are in the same "ward" with these wild ones.

Saakashvili's calls referred to compatriots overseas do sound foolish. "Our goal is to bring our talented people back from foreign countries". Are they insane? Is it good to return to the country where four policemen make a line to beat one peaceful passer-by? They can only be dragged back to Georgia by force. Experts estimate nearly 1,6 mln Georgians now living abroad. Honestly speaking, hearing the news, they're lucky to stay abroad.

Vladislav Simonov

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