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Opposition: you need neither knowledge nor experience to be a minister2008-12-10 12:39
"I believe that the appointment of Nika Rurua to the position of the Minister of Culture was the last stage of the Cabinet reshuffle», - said Zviad Dzidziguri, one of the leader of Georgian non-parliamentary opposition, the leader of the Conservative Party, as he commented Rurua's appointment.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Dzidziguri, to take some office in the government one needs neither special experience nor knowledge.
«The decisive aspect is not knowledge or experience, but proximity to Saakashvili. You must be Saakashvili's slave, then you may become a Minister », Dzidziguri noticed.
Kacha Kukava, one more leader of the Conservatives, believes that the latest appointments undeniably proved: the government ran out of its resources.
In his view, the recent appointments only signify the beginning of the present-day government's end.
«The government is in agony, and makes chaotic, thoughtless and illogical decisions», the New Rights party representatives suggest.
Non-parliamentary opposition believes the most effective way out will be resignation of President Saakashvili and his entire government, and conducting early presidential and parliamentary elections.