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Saakashvili vs. Saakashvili2012-07-09 18:32
Despite the fact that election in Georgia is scheduled for October, the government has long begun the intensified election campaign. Mikheil Saakashvili makes trips to places distant from the capital of the country. But some his statements are puzzling even his supporters. Saakashvili is only criticizing his subordinates.
The population is joking that Saakashvili is in opposition to himself, only now having seen that within the last 9 years, much had not been done, and much simply had been spoiled.
Recently on the Internet there has appeared a video shot during one of Saakashvili's visits to Georgian villages. The president and his team enter the village of Hreiti on a big white bus, located near the town of Chiatura. After leaving the bus, Saakashvili adjusts his pants and heads straight to the village school.
"This is a village school, go faster; why are you walking like peacocks", he says to the ministers. Then he claps his hands and continues with a voice of master: "This is the village school; and when you will brag about the development of our educational system, remember high school of Hreiti. Come on, let's look over it".
Then Saakashvili enters one of the classrooms. New Minister of Education Hatiya Dekanoidze meekly stands next to him. The President sits on the teacher's desk and continues criticism: "Even the independence and "rose revolution" have not changed this building, and I am sure this is the same table as earlier", the president says.
Then he opens a drawer of the table, pulls out a notebook made in Russia, with the inscription in Russian "Notebook". "This is one of the notebooks, with which the old schools were supplied; cool, is not it? Is here any master? Nothing has changed", the president says, inspecting classrooms. "Look, the ceiling is leaking, the walls are under the threat of collapse. Are these radiators in order or not, are they decorations? Do not say anything! What great changes and reforms are being carried out in Georgia, aren't they? "
Then the president goes to another room and continues: "You see, part of the desks is old, the floor is swollen. Place this desk in the museum, it's witness of the pre-revolutionary hard life. 9 years have passed after the revolution, and these old school desks are still here". Education Minister is listening to him and biting his lips.