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Opposition is afraid of Saakashvili’s “extraordinancy”2009-04-28 12:45
Levan Gachechiladze, one of the opposition leaders, believes that the authorities are unlikely to use force to settle the political crisis in the country.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Firstly, we all went through November 7th 2007, when Saakashvili regime dispersed a peaceful rally by force. The resonance of this step turned out to be unexpectedly strong for this regime, and it deters. Secondly, after the lost war of August 2008 many is being re-estimated in Georgian law enforcement, security and defense structures, and very many of siloviki will not use force against their people. The authorities know about it", Gachechiladze said - Interfax.
At the same time he cannot rule out the extreme measures from the side of the President.
"He [Mikheil Saakashvili] is extraordinary, you can expect anything from him, but there is his closest surroundings, which controls him as far as it is possible", the opposition leader said and added that the dispersal of the rallies in Tbilisi by force will be "a sentence for Saakashvili".
The protest actions in the centre of Tbilisi have been staged since April 9th and on. They gather from 5 000 to 10 000 people every day.