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Bloody Georgian Parliament2012-06-15 16:10
In the Georgian city of Kutaisi, construction a new building of the country's parliament is being carried out at a heightened pace. The desire to quickly complete the building proved to be disastrous for one of the workers: he died as a result of the collapse of scaffolding. Official sources report this information. Others argue there are much more victims of Saakashvili's cherished child.
In Georgia, there is an endless construction. It became possible to construct a building that requires two years of work for 2 months. According to psychologists, such grandiose construction is possible in authoritarian countries. New cities, new highways, grand buildings - everything is fine, but such senseless haste is unacceptable, since as a result many houses remain unfinished or just poorly constructed and often collapse, resulting casualties.
On May 26 this year, the grand opening of an unfinished parliament building and its first meeting took place. After this, a parade dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the independence of Georgia was held in front of parliament.
Mikheil Saakashvili jokingly warned the parliamentarian Giorgi Targamadze not to go to the parliament without a helmet; unfortunately, this warning has become a reality.
According to the official sources, scaffolding erected around the parliament building in Kutaisi collapsed. A 50-year-old worker Rezo Nebieridze has become the victim of the accident.
After the accident the police immediately blocked the road leading to the construction site and did not let there anyone, especially the opposition-minded journalists. The death of only one person was reported. This was announced by the president himself in a TV address. "I am angry at all the managers of this building, they will bear criminal responsibility", Saakashvili said later at a meeting with the teachers. A representative of the construction company, without naming his personality, confirmed the death of sole person.