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Conservatives accused Saakashvili of implicit obedience to the Kremlin2009-07-30 17:49
The Conservative party of Georgia accuses the government of ‘implicit implementation of the Kremlin's orders," said the Kakha Kukava, the party Secretary general - Georgia Times reporter.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Kukava stated the party managed to find a document in which Inter RAO UES [Russia] requests the Ministry of Energy of Georgia to label the memorandum on joint management of Inguri hydro power plant as trade secret. The date is January 16th 2009.
The party leader underlined it was the day the Minister of Energy signed the order which subsequently made the aforesaid memorandum a trade secret.
"It's absolutely resentful when the government of Georgia implicitly implements every instruction of the Kremlin. It again shows that the confrontation between Saakashvili and Putin is rather of propaganda character than real, and they easily get along proceeding from their corruption interests", Kukava said.
The Conservative strongly demand publication of the full text of the memorandum and no further embezzlement of the country's strategic resources. They also remind their claim against the government over the Inguri hydro power plant will be considered in September.