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Saakashvili called upon the electors to vote for Ugulava2010-04-26 20:43
President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili who has been staying in the USA on a visit has applied to the Georgian electors on the air of Rustavi-2 TV company and called upon the Tbilisians to vote for the candidate named by the ruling party for the post of Mayor of the capital Gigi Ugulava at the local election.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In his exclusive interview given to the TV channel, Saakashvili underlined that today, the country's government represents a united team and that the people should decide on this team, GeorgiaTimes correspondent in Tbilisi reports.
He says that what is done already is just the beginning, so long as the Georgian government has got plenty of work to do.
"Each Tbilisian should ask himself whether living in Tbilisi has become better than it was 4 years ago, whether he likes the renaissance that the capital is undergoing today, whether he wants to live in a city that is soon going to turn into one of the most beautiful and comfortable cities in Europe and whether he wants to have a better tomorrow", - Saakashvili stated.
He underlined that the answers to these questions may only be positive, so each elector should definitely support the candidates of the National Movement at the local elections, while each Tbilisian should support the candidature of Gigi Ugulava.
President of Georgia commented upon the pre-election promises of a number of the oppositional candidates, for instance, the candidate named by the Christian Democrats Georgiy Chanturia, and characterized all the promises about the free water-supply, cheap gas and electric power as unreal and impossible.