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Badri Bitsadze breaks away from his wife2011-06-08 11:26
Georgia is still searching for Nino Burdzhanadze's husband though domestic search seems to have no sense. Georgia is not a good place for Badri Bitsadze anymore. There is a court verdict in absentia with two months' preliminary detention waiting for him. His family refused to pay a GEL 100 thousand bail "out of solidarity" with common participants of protest rallies. Bitsadze is the last organizer of the protest rallies whose location is unknown. Today his surname is the talk of the country. This is how Nino Burdzhanadze's husband has become an independent political figure.
The face of Georgia's former speaker of parliament Nino Burdzhanadze does not seem to express the pain of loss. She says she does not know where her husband is now, but he must be ok if she is so calm.
Only Pirveli news agents were lucky to reach Bitsadze over the mobile. He replied he did not know where he was. The correspondents carried out a small investigation finding out that Burdzhanadze's husband is surrounded by non-Georgian speaking women.
Certainly, it's curious to know what Bitsadze sees from the windows in a place he is in. Are these bare mountains and blooming apricots, or bosky mountains and the noise of waterfalls at a distance? Mass media assure that Bitsadze is either in Armenia, or in South Ossetia. We believe he is in Armenia now. And this assumption is not ungrounded after Armenian mass media reported that Bitsadze had been beaten severely on the Georgian-Armenian border. But Armenia's official sources have not confirmed this fact yet. The law-enforcement authorities claim the man named Badri Bitsdaze did not enter the territory of Armenia.
Today Nino Burdzhanadze is on a short visit to Ukraine. Tomorrow, on June 7, Burdzhanadze plans to get back to Georgia and the country is full of rumors that the "revolutionary" is going to Kiev for a meeting with her husband.
When the police arrested Anzor, Bitsadze-Burdzhanadze's son, his father immediately went to Tbilisi, as it is rumored, to save his offspring. However, a few hours after the release of Bitsadze junior, Badri hit the road again.