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Ultimatum of Honor delivered to president of Georgia2009-11-23 11:40
Members of political movement Tetrebi delivered an Ultimatum of Honor to President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili, calling to fulfill the demands listed in the document. According to Medianews, the oppositionists led by former Governor of Imereti Temur Shashiashvili propose the ways to settle the problems relating to the media, courts, business, education and social protection.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We hereby deliver an Ultimatum of Honor to the president containing the list of basic tasks, which non-accomplishment shall mean an assault of honor of the Georgian citizens and the shame of the president for occupying such a high post. Despite the current situation, we do not demand an immediate fulfillment of the Ultimatum of Honor but insist upon its staged realization by February and upon the announcement of the results of the work by March, 5", - says the message of Tetrebi.
The document also says that the fulfillment of the ultimatum will be reviewed in the course of Tetrebi people's meeting to be held in March. Further measures will be defined basing on the review.
"Should the government fail to fulfill those crucial demands, the people will have the full right to deliver a constitutional ultimatum, that is, to proclaim non-obedience," - the document says.
As reported earlier by GeorgiaTimes, the Maestro oppositional TV channel launched a new project comprising a series of programs called "People's Court". Its initiator Temur Shashiashvili has already stated several crimes committed by head of the state. The main suspicion that fell upon Saakashvili is the supposed violent death of the first Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania who occupied his post during Mikhail Nikolaevitch's presidency.
Shashiashvili promised to reveal an audio record of the preparation of the murder; the record is kept abroad. Eventually, during the oppositionist's return from abroad his luggage was thoroughly searched.