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Tape with Imedi head’s talk could be posted by the Interior Minister2010-03-16 16:04
The tape with the recorded phone talk of Georgi Arvelafdze, the head of Imedi TV company, and Eka Tsamalashvili, his deputy, was possible published on the order of the Interior Minister Vano Merabishvili, said Irakli Sesiashvili, a Georgian military expert - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In his view, in this way the Interior Minister warned the President.
"It's generally known that in this country phone talks are controlled by Vano Merabishvili. Proceeding from that, the tape appeared in the Internet with his permission. As it's seen, serious struggle for the top post has already begun. Merabishvili knows pretty well that after Ugulava's victory in the Tbilisi Mayor elections Ugulava can become the defined leader at the presidential elections of 2013, and it's not in the interests of team of Merabishvili and Adeishvili ", the experts said.
In his view, when Saakashvili passed the control over mass media to Ugilava-Arveladze team, spreading such an audiotape can be seen as a warning of Vano Merabishvili to the President of Georgia, which means in case Saakashvili takes care of the Interior Minister's interests, the latter would conduct an independent demonstration of own power.