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Saakashvili said in 2013 he will pass the authority to the people2009-07-21 11:29
Yesterday President Mikheil Saakashvili delivered a speech in the Parliament of Georgia and reiterated he has no intention to resign early.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He also said his plan was to deepen democracy and ensure a peaceful transition of power when he steps down in 2013.
The President called on all political forces of the country to dialog with the population of the country.
According to Saakashvili, the government had already tried to negotiate with the minority - those who organizes protest actions, blocks roads and shouts insults.
"When I committed to starting a process of dialogue, I intended not only a dialogue with politicians, but also with the people. A dialogue not only with the minority that has demonstrated in Tbilisi. But also a dialogue with the 95% of Georgian citizens in every region who work hard and struggle to care for their families and deserve to be listened to, even if they don't block roads or institutions, even if they are not politically organized", Saakashvili said.