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Laborites again demanded resignation from Saakashvili2009-11-23 16:37
According to Rosbalt, leader of the Georgian laborites Shalva Natelashvili is sure that the ruling team is introducing the "hostile powers policy" in Georgia, so it must resign.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Six years ago, using the corrupted state powers and international centers, mass psychosis and the non-Orthodox use of the holy day of St. George, Mikhail Saakashvili plotted a forced anti-constitutional state coup and arrogated power which he still retains illegally", - Natelashvili stated.
The Laborite underlined that during Saakashvili's rule, Georgia split into three parts. He also addressed the international community with a request to bring pressure upon the current president and make him leave his post.
Six years ago, Georgia experienced the change of power. The opposition did not agree with the results of the parliamentary elections and came out into the streets. The movement was headed by Mikhail Saakashvili, Nino Burjanadze and Zurab Zhvania.
Georgia set a course for joining NATO and integration into European Union. The United States became the country's strategic partner; they are still providing financial and political assistance to the republic.