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Victims of Shashkin's repressions2013-01-10 17:15
So-called victims of the reign of Saakashvili in Georgia include representatives of perhaps all sections of society. After the defeat of the party "United National Movement" in the parliamentary election of the 1st of October, 2012 the number of those dissatisfied began to grow like mushrooms after rain. This time we focus on the school principals who have suffered when Dmitry Shashkin was the Minister of Education of Georgia. Shashkin has left the country, and Mikheil Saakashvili is almost neutralized, and the school principals are still fighting for their rights. Recently they created an initiative group of the so-called "victims of repression" in order to appeal to the Ministry of Education.
The head of the initiative group David Pagava, former director of public school No 58, said in an interview with GTimes that today the "National Movement" has only one support: self-government principals in preschools - nurseries and kindergartens. "Members of the "National Movement" are soothing their directors saying "no one will touch you", since they were going to return to power. And in the event of any threat, they would call it a political persecution and sound the alarm".
"Through the institution of wiretapping and delation Minister Shashkin was aware of each director; and my views, which had also become known to him as a result of the same dirty methods, appeared unacceptable to him", David Pagava continues.
Mr. Pagava says that Shashkin has turned the Ministry of Education into a closed institution. In addition, David Pagava called another evidences - for example, school principals were afraid to utter a word. All their attempts to show at least some kind of protest or just to express their will met formidable resistance. "You'll have to sweat" - such was favorite Shashkin's phrase he used to tell those brave ones", adds Pagava.
Not having any reason to dismiss Pagava, Shashkin invented to play the lottery in the ministry every morning, so-called lototron. As a result, the school, which had fallen in the lototron, was subjected extensive study by the monitoring group.