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“Let’s spoil Saakashvili’s birthday”2011-12-19 11:23
On December 21 president of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili celebrates his birthday. The opposition too is making preparations for the event promising to spoil the feast.
Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili's life looks like a fairy-tale: that is why some fantastic events start to happen to him. There are so many magic stories that begin with words that a young princess was poisoned by an evil witch on the day of her sixteenth birthday! Mishiko is not a young beauty, of course. He looks more like a huge hamster. And on December 21 this man will be forty-four years old. Yet, he will have his portion of poison as well. Hardly will he fall into an enchanted sleep and wait for a kiss for one hundred years, but he will most likely get the best of poisoning.
This time it's the opposition that plans to put some "arsenic" for the president. The Labor party is already making their preparations for December 21. They plan to organize mass protest rallies to make Saakashvili feel ill at ease on his birthday. To do that, Georgians are supposed to come to the presidential residence carrying all sorts of nasty slogans in order "to poison Saakashvili's 44th birthday".
"We began this week under the slogan "Let's spoil Saakashvili's birthday", - Soso Shatberashvili, secretary general of the party stated.
Kakha Dzagania, ideological secretary of the party explains: "Who wants to spoil Saakashvili's birthday must come to the president's residence by 15 pm on December 21". The goal is to demand change of the current regime.
Woe unto those who will stay home! "We call on general public to express their protest, non-appearance at the action will mean support for dictatorship and tyranny", - Dzagania said adding that the Labor Party are expecting "thousands of people" to attend the rally.
Well, considering how tired and sick Georgians are of Saakashvili and how they would love to support Bidzina Ivanishvili, his adequate and promising rival, it is likely that the birthday meeting will gather crowds. On December 13 representatives of the opposition submitted a notice to the mayoral office of Tbilisi to hold a protest rally in front of the presidential residence in the historical part of the city - Avlabari.