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USA to spend money on elections in Georgia2010-09-09 12:35
Irakli Alasania, the leader of pro-opposition Our Georgia-Free Democrats party, announced the USA allocated over USD 30 mln for improvement of electoral environment in the country - the VZGLYAD.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In his view, the plan Saakashvili wants to implement to rule the country further, must be thwarted.
"I strive with authoritarian system, created by Saakashvili, do not let him usurp power, - he noted. - We'll stop Saakashvili's desire to be the PM."
Previously Marc Perrin de Bricahmbaut, the OSCE Secretary General, held a meeting with local opposition representatives.
They told him about upcoming constitutional changes and explained the new main law will transform the republic from presidential to parliamentary-presidential, which will give Saakashvili opportunity to stay in office, though as a PM.
"In Georgia there are very serious problems with democracy and observing human rights, and the OSCE must react more actively on violations, - Nino Burjanadze, the United Georgia pro-opposition leader, said - Foreign policy problems can be solved only after Saakashvili's quitting his post."