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Laborites call on Obama to abstain from meetings with Saakashvili2010-03-15 17:14
The Labour Party of Georgia sent a letter to the U.S. administration and called on them under no circumstances let Mikheil Saakashvili approach Barack Obama - Interfax.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Giorgi Gugava, one of the party leaders, said that "Saakashvili tries to reach the meeting with Obama in April by all means.
Guguva and his supporters are afraid that after such a meeting, inspired Saakashvili will continue his "provocative and criminal actions, which will bring a great threat to the population of Georgia, development of democratic processes in the country and peace in the region in general."
Last week Imedi [Georgian TV channel] showed a reportage on alleged invasion of Russian troops and death of President Saakashvili. It stirred a panic all around Georgia. Yet it turned out to be an "innocent" attempt to "show" the scenario of possible events in case the "Georgian society won't be consolidated against the Russian plan." On the order of President Mikheil Saakashvili, his press secretary Manjgaladze arrived in the studio and calmed down the people, saying such a turn of events can't happen in Georgia at the present-day stage.
Opposition is sure the fake clip was agreed with the head of state and was a "brainwashing" for the audience.