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Georgian authorities act like criminals2011-10-28 12:35
Raiding clearly becomes a favorite activity of the Georgian government, as evidenced by Jondi Bagaturia, leader of the oppositional Kartuli Dasi party remarking that manners of the authorities remind of minor bandits.
The dominant party got offended at these words comparing the deputy's behaviorr with ...casting.
Jondi Bagaturia, leader of the oppositional Kartuli Dasi party wants the impossible from the authorities. Speaking in parliament, he demanded that government give back stolen property to the owner. As reported, recently the leaders picked USD three million dollars from Bidzina Ivanishvili. Bagaturia himself gave the real term of what Saakashvili and his sidekicks doin his speech for the parliamentary majority.
"Recently the authorities have been acting like criminals. I'm sorry for using this word, but how else should I define robbing of USD 3 mln from Bidzina Ivanishvili?" - the deputy stated at a plenary session of parliament on Tuesday referring his question to representatives of the dominant party. He continued: "I wonder what it means when an encashment truck carrying USD 3 mln is detained by daylight? Or what's the point in revoking citizenship of a man that has been doing only good to his country for the past 10 years? It's humiliation against Ivanishvili and the entire society. It is wrong to act in this offended manner", - Bagaturia said. Though reproaching Georgian authorities of doing wrong things is like shooting an elephant with pellets. It only makes them angry without scratching their thick skin.
This money is stolen. Give it back", - was Bagaturia's final call to criminal authorities. But is it likely that bandits who steal a wallet "in an assault", plead guilty and return money to a victim? Bagaturia exaggerates. Saakashvili does not like sharing money even legally, leave alone returning the "stolen property".
Naturally, the dominant party, reproached by the deputy, retaliated with poison. Petre Tsiskarishvili, leader of the parliamentary majority, suggested that Bagaturia was simply tiptoeing to Ivanishvili in order to get a place in the sun when he arrives. Yet, his attempts are vain: "Ivanishvili has completed casting his inner circle".