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Noghaideli party: Saakashvili is dragging Georgia into another scandal2010-01-18 11:47
Party of ex-PM Noghaideli accused President Saakashvili of dragging the country in another international scandal.gt-en-newsitem-inside
MP Petre Mamradze, the For United Georgia movement representative, explained it's connected with over 2000 Georgians sent as monitors for presidential elections in Ukraine.
He mentioned the Georgian monitoring mission at these elections was several times as big as American one.
Mamradze believes that MP Givi Targamadze, the head of mission, who has been staying in Ukraine with his monitors for a long time, intends to interfere in the process. In Mamradze's view, these intentions can be confirmed by the tape with recorded talk of Tymoshenko and Saakashvili spread a few days before elections. In that talk Saakashvili comforts Ukrainian PM, saying that Givi was on site and most reliable and battleworthy people were sent.
The FUG member is also indignant about the fact of monitors' having no experience in monitoring elections, and their being unemployed [according to official documents].
"On that backdrop the society gets a thought that monitors from Georgia can appear to be policemen," the opposition member says and calls on mass media and NGOs to learn who they are.
Mamradze is afraid that Saakashvili's and his regime's actions can cause irritation with Ukrainian society and seriously impair Georgia's international image.