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Survey: Georgian government could have avoided war in 20082010-08-17 17:45
The survey by Kviris Palitra weekly revealed that most of residents of Georgia believe the country's government could have avoided the August war - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
50.2 per cent responded they could avoid it.
23.3 per cent believes they wouldn't manage to avoid the armed conflict.
26.5 per cent of respondents failed to answer.
The interactive survey, held from August 9th to 12th, involved 409 respondents.
Kviris Palitra asked celebrities to comment.
Eka Mamladze, the popular Georgian singer, thinks the war was inevitable.
Mikheil Tsagareli, a well-know Georgian astrologer, stated the opposite, but added that 2008 was a very inauspicious from astrological prediction.
"I asked the President not to succumb to provocations. Correspondingly, in result of reasonable decisions, war could have been avoided," he said to Kviris Palitra.