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Ugulava Wants Improved Misha2011-06-22 21:18
What is the situation with the Georgian unemployment? How do people imagine their future president? What for was the opposition beat on the night of 26 May? What is happening in the Georgian politics now? The mayor of Tbilisi and probable candidate for presidency Georgy Ugulava answered this and other questions in his interview to the Latvian Internet site "telegraph.lv", unwillingly saying a bit more than he intended to.
Georgy Ugulava's interview to the Latvian "Telegraph" makes one think: this person is quite able to become the next Georgian president under the current politics of Mikhail Saakashvili. With the same phenomenal easiness as the current leader of Sakartvelo Ugulava can evade the answer, sugar up reality and jump between topics like a grasshopper from one leaf to another.
"What is happening in the Georgian politics now? It is difficult to figure it out from outside...", - a Latvian journalist inquired from the probable candidate for presidency. This is a logical question, considering that the Georgian authorities declare one thing to the world and in practice it turns out quite different. Well, for instance, they harp on the democracy and at the same time the local Special Forces slaughter journalists.
"All states passing through transformation have difficulties and it is quite normal. It is worse when a country does not have such complications: it means that it makes no headway. The process of democratization of our society and the change of our lifestyle are in progress," said Ugulava. This is really so: he gave an evasive answer, almost sent us all to hell. If it became clearer for somebody what is going on in the Georgian politics, this lucky person is really a clairvoyant!
The question of violence, to which the Georgian authorities resort quite easily during their direct communication with the opposition , followed immediately. Something like: don't you think you are too rough with your opponents?
"The opposition in Georgia is quite extensive, but to make noise is just that part of it which, according to the data of some public opinion polls, has almost zero support from the population... The Tbilisi mayor's office did its best to let them express their opinion. But as soon as their actions became unconstitutional, violent, then what happened happened", answered the mayor of the Georgian capital.