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Saakashvili comes out with Arab dancing2011-07-06 12:33
Mikhail Saakashvili and his henchmen are fond of finding their names in various western ratings, so they must be pleased with the new report prepared by the Freedom House nongovernment organization. It stipulates the high probability of an Arab scenario in some of the post-Soviet states. The document points at the processes that are most hazardous for the country's stability and if we compare them it becomes clear that the authors of the report primarily mean Georgia.
According to Freedom House, those political systems that do not imply the mechanism of peaceful rotation of management are most exposed to the possible reoccurrence of revolutions. This negative situation is especially grave in the countries with the relatively young leaders, the fact "promising a many-year political standstill". May events in Rustaveli Avenue have demonstrated to the whole world the way rotation mechanisms of the Georgian ruling establishment operate. It must be only the aborigines of Papua New Guinea who haven't heard Mishiko and his associates bragging about their "young age" and "clear vision", which fact allegedly offers breathtaking opportunities to the development of the public and political issues in the Caucasian republic.
These opportunities are described in detail in the report of the American non-government organization. "Thus, you have got leaders within the current parameters who may rule for a long time basing on their past merits. It means they will retain power for an undetermined period of time; they will not live up to the hopes laid on reforms and promise no effort for liberalization. These countries are really facing the prospect of a long-term political standstill", - Director for Research Work of the Freedom House Christopher Walker commented on this item of the report in his talk with Radio Freedom journalists.