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Burjanadze to contend with Saakashvili in a live broadcast2013-04-18 12:03
Leader of the party "Democratic Movement - Free Georgia" Nino Burjanadze has called on the President Mikheil Saakashvili to take part in the televised debates. "Back in 2008 and 2009, I stated that I was ready to take part in televised debates with the President and answer any question in a live broadcast. Let him answer the questions, and the public will be able to determine who is lying and who is telling truth, who serves the country and public interest, and who serves only own chair and team," said Nino Burjanadze. It was primarily about the war in August of 2008. A commission recently established by the new government is going to thoroughly study the causes and those responsible for the war. The investigation has already begun.
The commission of inquiry has many questions to the President, especially since there are those who openly accuse Saakashvili of unleashing the war. So, Nino Burjanadze, the leader of the opposition front "Democratic Movement - United Georgia" spoke on the TV channel "Rustavi-2" on 12th of April.
In general, to date, it's hard to pick the correct definition of the movement of Nino Burjanadze. It was originally designed as a non-governmental organization. However, its essence, just like the personality of its leader, was rather political. However, in recent times, namely after the change of government, the activities of the movement was limited mainly to the condolatory letters to the leaders of various countries on the occasion of these or other disasters. However, following the recent announcement by the Prime Minister Ivanishvili that it would be nice if Nino Anzorovna intensify her activity, some recovery appeared, although it is possible that this is just a coincidence.
So, on the TV channel "Rustavi-2", answering to the question about the need to review and investigate the war in August of 2008, the leader of the "Democratic Movement - United Georgia" said that "the conclusion of Tagliavini contains heavy charges that have been hidden by Saakashvili's government from the Georgian people." "When on the eve of hostilities on August 3, 2008, I met with President Saakashvili at his own request, I warned him that our involvement in the war would be a disaster for our country," said Nino Burjanadze. "At the same time, I recalled him of his conversation with Putin in April, when Putin warned us that if Georgia joins the war and even one peacekeeper suffers, then this would be followed by irreparable consequences," added former member of the government.