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Saakashvili: Georgia passed one more democracy test2010-06-02 11:22
"Two days ago Georgia passed one more test, important for its democracy and statehood. Municipal elections demonstrated our movement forward in several directions", Mikheil Saakashvili, the leader f Georgia, said assessing elections of May 30th - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Yesterday, in the Ministry of Justice, at the ceremony of awarding prosecutors with Order of Honour, Saakashvili positively assessed actions of opposition and added there were no more mutual accusations and scolding in the political range of the country, candidates managed to start dialog on the problems disturbing society, on specific programs.
"For the first time in the history of our young democracy debates of candidates in live air were held. All parties and candidates were given equal and unlimited opportunities to deliver their ideas and proposals to society," Saakashvili said.
In his opinion, in comparison to previous elections the state apparatus improved its work and proved its being on guard of peace, stability and democratic development of society.
"In a nutshell, what we saw two days ago at the past elections, is a one more important example of Georgia's progress and its moving to European civilization," Saakashvili underlined.