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Saakashvili postponed his speech before parliament2011-02-08 15:19
Head of the Georgian state Mikheil Saakashvili has postponed his speech before the parliament of the country.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As was reported earlier, Saakashvili's appeal to deputies is fixed for February 10. According to Trend, Speaker of Georgian parliament David Bakradze told that the president personally asked to postpone his speech until February 11.
"President of Georgia will go before parliament February 11 to appeal to the parliament and the public. As for the president's speech format, there is a special tradition in this respect and the last-year scheme will be valid this year", - he underlined.
Mikheil Saakashvili is expected to touch upon the topic of inflation, which control became one of the basic tasks for the Georgian government. As soon as the Georgian leader finishes his speech, a discussion will take place in parliament involving representatives of the ruling majority, parliamentary opposition and two independent deputies.