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Opposition mentions growth of anti-American spirit in Georgia2010-01-19 10:31
Georgian opposition states about the growth of anti-American spirit in the country.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Levan Gachechiladze, one of the opposition leaders, a few days ago he frankly spoke about it with U.S. senators, including John McCain.
"Don't let anyone have delusions that America is popular here," Gachechiladze said in his interview to All Week [Georgian media] - the VZGLYAD.
He connects the fall of the USA rating in the country with support of the "authoritarian regime" of Mikheil Saakashvili in America.
"Saakashvili is a criminal, hater of humankind, he violates law," opposition member said.
He believes that in May Saakashvili will rig local elections and it will be "the beginning of his end."
"The whole world will see that shifting these authorities with elections is impossible," Gachechiladze said.
In his view, opposition needs one candidate "for ultimate victory."
"In spring there will be a strong protest wave, actions will resume," Gachechiladze said and promised he wouldn't let the government win the struggle for Tbilsi Mayor post.