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National Council threatens the Georgian government to repeat events of Kyrgyzstan2010-04-09 15:10
"After arrest of political leaders of Kyrgyzstan a revolution took place. If President Saakashvili or Interior Minister Merabishvili one more time dare to touch any representative of opposition, it will be followed buy events like in Kyrgyzstan, and their rule will come to an end," said Koba Davitashvili, the People's Party leader - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Zurab Noghaideli, the Movement for Just Georgia, again threatens the President and the Interior Minister.
"If on May 30th Saakashvili writes that our electors count only 1 per cent, and gets away with it, he's very mistaken. In all the actions of Saakashvili we see the scent of revolution is whirling in the air of Georgia. It will end very badly for Saakashvili and Merabishvili. I promise it," he said.
Yesterday in Digomi district of Tbilisi a clash between the National Council and police occurred, when opposition members tried to get into a printing office saying their pre-polls production is stored there..
Previously Zurab Noghaideli threatened Vano Merabishvili, the Interior Minister, with reprisal in case of rigging municipal elections of May 30th.
"Rigging elections will coast Merabishvili very dear, perhaps even his life," he said commenting the interview of the Minister to the Kommersant. When asked to specify, Noghaideli said he spoke directly, and it was "not a threat but a promise." - Interfax.
"Jokes in Georgia have come to an end," he added.
In February he also intimidated possible riggers of elections. He said that when he would come to power, everyone who tried to rig the elections, "would be severely punished". ‘let no-one be surprised about my terminology and my actions - I'll eliminate, break arms and legs," he said.