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Saakashvili has no clothes!2011-07-29 20:10
Saakashvili is a naked lying emperor. That's what head of the Georgian Republicans David Usupashvili stated in response to the president's attempt of shifting responsibility for a failed and ill-considered decision onto the opposition. The Georgian president simply cannot help lying even if he is easily caught by the hand. At the same time, he does not want to believe that he can be deceived: Saakashvili still thinks that someone is really interested in Georgia outside the country and takes the ritual compliments of the coming guests at their face value.
coming guests at their face value.
Human characters are rather whimsical sometimes. Who could think that such a right-down liar and cheat as the Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili is also an example of pure trust? The president, for whom lying is as natural as breathing, is inclined to take ritual compliments seriously, stubbornly believing the words and paying no attention to the deeds.
Saakashvili lies permanently, even when there is neither sense, nor reason for it and he is very easy to reveal. The opposition even came to a conclusion that the leader of the country is simply unable to resist the temptation of deceiving the audience. For instance, Mishiko has publicly given author's rights of a very unsuccessful government's initiative to the dissentients. Saakashvili's opponents were very much surprised, for initially, the idea belonged to the country's government.
"On the opposition's request, we agreed to something that I don't like personally - it is the issue of increasing the number of parliament deputies. I don't like this fact but reforming the electoral system was the opposition's main demand. I know that my colleague and my friend's party demands reducing the number of parliamentarians in Poland. Unfortunately, it happened vice versa in Georgia, so if you reduce the number of deputies we are going to envy you. But it was our compromise with the opposition, for we want to get an electoral system where the result of taking part in elections would be legitimate and would take into account the interests of the entire range of the Georgian society", - president of Sakartvelo stated at a joint briefing with his Polish colleague Bronisław Komorowski.
But leader of the Republican Party David Usupashvili remarked perplexedly that representatives of the eight political parties never came out with such an initiative. Moreover, the opposition is generally opposed to such a turn of events.