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"Nationals" are fighting for political motives2013-05-13 19:11
Leaders of the "United National Movement" have become victims of political violence. That's how the representatives of the former ruling party comment on the incident at the restaurant "La Trufe" that took place this weekend. However, the "opposing" side puts forward a different version saying that the "nationals" attacked them with fists and no one talks about any political conflict. What actually caused the fight in the restaurant that was attended by the President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili, the leader of the National Movement, shortly before the incident?
Fights and brawls, and often knifing, is not uncommon phenomena in Georgian restaurants. Many bloody fights began not because of business interests or political opposition, but simply because a certain drunk visitor decided to pit against the other customers, who, after drinking two or three glasses, suddenly feels himself "Goliath" and rushes to fight.
But the politicians, who should be a role model, also love to wave their fists at leisure. An incident that took place at the weekend in a restaurant in Tbilisi is a confirmation of that. Almost the entire leadership of "United National Movement", including President Saakashvili and the general secretary of the Interior Minister, visited a place called "La Trufe" that day. The exact details of the brawl are unknown since its participants from different sides tell different versions.
Representatives of the "nationals" immediately declared that the brawl was nothing but a "political violence" over opponents, which resulted in the affected MPs Giorgi Vashadze and David Sakvarelidze, as well as the former governor of Samegrelo region Zaza Gorozia. They say about broken bones and bruises, so the politicians were transferred to the republican hospital, but after a brief examination and first aid they went home. "Nationals" claim they were attacked.
But here's the version of one of the most active participants of the fight from the "opposite" side - Mamuka Bakuria. He and the people who accompanied him (two men and two women) were attacked by the people who were sitting at the table opposite. Bakuria says that the team of the "nationals" included about 20-25 people, and maybe more.