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Gamkrelidze: After Tagliavini’s conclusions Saakashvili must leave2009-10-05 11:49
David Gamkrelidze, the New Rights party leader and the Alliance for Georgia co-chairman stated that Tagliavini's conclusions confirmed what the Georgian people had known long ago and what he himself stated on September 9th 2008.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I'd like to remind the statement I made on September 9th of the last year. I clearly pointed at Saakashvili's blame in that course of events. His actions led to the loss of territories and appearance of thousands of new refugees. Now the whole world learnt about Saakashvili's guilt", Gamkrelidze said.
According to the opposition leader, the conclusion of the EU commission is grievous for Mikheil Saakashvili and proves the necessity of resignation of the president who discredited himself in the eyes of own people and the whole world.
"Saakashvili has no resources to drive the country out of crisis situation, nevermind the return of the lost territories", Gamkrelidze said.
He regards the conclusion of Tagliavini's commission as very objective, qualified and pro-Georgian, as proceeding from the international legislation it proves the issue of Russian passports to residents of Abkhazia and South Ossetia illegal.
The Georgian government considers the conclusion objective and states it in fact repeats the Georgian version of the events. As for the accusation of unleashing the war, the official Tbilisi says the commission's conclusion doesn't stare it was Georgia who started war on August 7th.