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USA is interested in preserving presidential republic in Georgia – expert2010-07-22 10:46
Evgheniy Minchenko, a Russian political scientist, believes the USA is interested in preserving presidential republic in Georgia, yet would like to see as a leader a person, not connected with the conflict in South Ossetia - Osinform.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In the view of the expert, America still has no candidates for the position. The present-day opposition leaders are also not considered as possible successors because of the frequent contacts with Moscow. Nino Burjanadze is also not seen as a real candidate.
On the other hand, the political scientist states it will be naïve to think America decided to isolate itself from situation in Georgia, as too much [in regards of money and ideology] was put in Saakashvili regime.
"Besides, I'm sure the so-called operation on expanded Middle East, implying expansion of Washington's influence in the region, is only temporarily adjourned, and in the future Washington will return to it," Minchenko believes.