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Rose Revolution can lead to fatal consequences2010-06-17 12:14
In the view of Askar Akayev, the ex-President of Kyrgyzstan, the scenario of his country can be repeated in the states with the past of "colour revolutions", including Georgia - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I can't rule out the virus of "colour revolution" in Georgia can give a fatal relapse, - he said. - I think in the very technology of "colour revolution" there is a destructive bacillus. It can't be anyhow connected to the constitutional norm of shift of power in the country. It echoed with a fatal relapse in Kyrgyzstan."
Previously Vano Merabishvili, the Interior Minister of Georgia, highlighted that repetition of Kyrgyz scenario in the country is ruled out.
"These events have no connection with Georgia, - he noted. - There's no similarity: either geographical, nor political, nor any other. It will have no impact on Georgia. Neither after elections, nor in the course of elections there will be riots, because police won't let them be," he said.