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He who bought Georgia owns it2011-06-09 11:31
U.S. congressmen arrived in Georgia to hold an inspection and approve of the new model of the Constitution adopted by the Caucasian parliament last year. The delegation was very much pleased with the visit: all Washington's requests have been taken into account. Besides, American officials had no scruple to attend the dinner dedicated to the first run of 5 Days in August, constantly reminding that they found themselves at the party by mere chance. Only common people gained nothing from it, as usual. Georgians won't see a penny of America's money and it looks like rights and freedoms should be given up for lost.
Hardly did Mikhail Saakashvili become upset about falling into disfavor with his American sovereign that Washington hurried to give another portion of carrots to the Georgian president. Since the USA have realized a long time ago that the appropriated dollars inevitably disappear in the "black hole" craftily disguised by Sakartvelo as national economy, it was decided to support Mikhail Nikolozovitch only morally this time. The administration assigned a delegation of Congress members and Hollywood stars to Tbilisi so that they would smile happily and pronounce three learned words: "I like it".
At first, the Americans liked the new Constitution adopted by Sakartvelo parliament this year. Despite the activity of the Association of Young Lawyers who tried to reveal the unpleasant aspects of the country's main law, Georgian deputies decided to be guided by the requests of the United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. "The constitutional reform is one of the most open and essential challenges for Georgia at the moment. This reform gives the Georgians an opportunity to base upon everything they have achieved after the Rose Revolution and I hope the Parliament will admit this opportunity when it finishes considering the package of constitutional reforms. U.S. support the recommendations provided by Venice Commission on enhancing the system of redistribution of authorities in Georgia and we are ready to provide assistance in the process", - she hinted in her speech at a meeting held in the context of the Georgian-American Charter of strategic partnership.