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“Agent” Ivanishvili ready for elections2011-10-13 14:30
Bidzina Ivanishvili has taken another attempt to conquer totalitarian monopolism in Georgia. But after he announced his plans he was immediately labeled Kremlin's agent in Georgia that helps Russia buy Georgian politics, mass media and society. Apparently, the newly sprung savior of Sakartvelo has only two options: either he will join Badri Patarkatsishvili and Zurab Zhvania with the help of Mikheil Saakashvili's "dogs", or he will cooperate with the opposition. As we see, the government is not tired of seeing Russian special services in every patriot.
the government is not tired of seeing Russian special services in every patriot.
Isn't it strange that a Georgian who adores his motherland, pursues charitable projects and enjoys love of the masses, has no business in Georgia? Yet, it is true. Bidzina Ivanishvili made his fortune in "hostile" Russia where plea bargains are not so easily made, and a start-up is promising, though tough. One can only guess what Mikheil Saakashvili thinks about the billionaire who managed to monopolize all main economy sectors. Most probably, Mishiko is gripped with uncontrollable fear that popularity of this rich man and his care-free manner of spending money might help him in confrontation with the current regime in Sakartvelo.
Naturally, Ivanishvili is proclaimed Kremlin's agent. Is there any other option? After all he keeps one third of his capital in Russia and has a Russian passport. By the way, he does not have a Georgian passport. There is a cunning clause in the law On Georgian Citizenship: acquiring citizenship in another country a person automatically loses Georgian citizenship. That is why, the businessman's plans to get involved in politics, establish his own party, run parliamentary election and build an independent media holding look somewhat strange from the point of view of current government.
"Everyone should realize that the Georgian society, politics and mass media are not sold. Such attempts will always be a failure. Georgian politics is not made on money borrowed from Putin", - Pavle Kublashvili, chairman of the legal committee exclaimed reiterating that Ivanishvili is not a citizen of Georgia and has no chances to take his country to the bright future being a foreign agent.