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Batiashvili the Traceless Oppositionist2011-05-30 17:15
The break-up of the oppositional protest action by policemen resulted in a list of people who have disappeared completely. The list comprises ten people and includes not only common participants of the meeting but also its initiators. Irakly Batiashvili deserves special attention, being a politician with a very interesting biography. He was among the most enthusiastic arrangers of the action and stayed at the scene of events until the last moment but then suddenly vanished.
Today, Georgian MIA, which accuses the oppositionists of arranging acts of violence, has disseminated the decoded details of a conversation between the initiators of the protest action. Irakliy Batiashvili was among the participants of the meeting held on May 8 in one of Tbilisi restaurants. Actually, this evidently framed-up record is the direct accusation on the part of authorities of organizing disorders as a minimum and of an attempted state coup as a maximum. On the basis of such positions, Irakly Batiashvili has got nothing to do not only in Tbilisi but in Georgia as well. There is little probability that the arrangers of a protest action will be left in peace or will be given an opportunity to get free for 400 laris. Thus, God help him in leaving the
Georgian authorities will hardly miss the chance to arrest the arrangers of the May protest actions. In the opinion of the society, they are martyrs already and their rating is now much higher than that of the common oppositionists. If they make another attempt to gather people for new actions of disobedience, they will be undoubtedly followed by dozens of thousands of people.
Unlike the rest of supporters of The People's Assembly, Batiashvili is a figure with a long and very interesting political biography with prisons, loud campaigns and many other things. Thus, he must have taken the events on the night of May 26 easy - if, of course, he survived.