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Burjanadze declared today’s Georgian rule inadequate2008-10-30 16:11
Nino Burjanadze, the ex-speaker, the leader of the fund "For democratic development" shared the opinion that the changes in Georgian government, initiated by Mikhail Saakashvili, "witness the inadequate perception of the situation in the country by its rule", Interfax informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In the special statement, issued in Tbilisi on Thursday, Burjanadze claimed: "I think, what's happening today is shameful. According to the proposed changes, it were the dismissed Minister of Culture and Minister of Environment protection, who are to blame for the defeat in the war. From the side of the President and administration such changes are irresponsible and frivolous; it's just mocking at the country and its people".
According to her, "in the situation today's Georgia is in, the government must be dramatically reshuffled". "Shouldn't the country that was defeated in a war, call the Minister of Defense to responsibility? But as the events developed, The Minister of Defense was nearly praised", - Burjanadze stated. She believes Georgian authorities "are openly cynical to their people". "I'm sorry to say, but this cynicism will lead to very hard consequences", - Burjanadze thinks.
As she commented the candidate for the post of the PM, Grigol Mgaloblishvili, the ex-speaker noticed: "He's honest and nice, he's a good diplomat, but, unfortunately, he's not ready for the post of the Prime Minister".