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Saakashvili’s transformation in Mubarak is inadmissible – opposition2011-03-10 16:06
One of the leaders of the Republican Party David Berdzenishvili stated that the street meetings should not become the main method of fighting Mikheil Saakashvili's regime.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by GHN, Berdzenishvili underlined that he does not believe in the "announced revolution". "Announced revolutions are the sign of failing and may impede the normal process. We do not threaten anyone, we want no revolutions and we must try to prevent Saakashvili's "Mubarakanization", for that means an attempt to change the power at the expense of hundreds of lives", - he underlined.
According to Berdzenishvili, the change of power in Georgia must be realized not with the help of the protest actions similar to those held in Egypt but as a result of elections,. "The street contributes to success only when it serves the achievements of fair elections", - the republicans' chairman is sure.
Let us remind you that many Georgian oppositionists call to start a revolution in the country similar to those that happened in Africa and the Middle East. For instance, a famous Georgian oppositionist, leader of National Forum Gubaz Sanikidze has stated that Georgia will soon face large-scale protest actions like those in Arabian countries.
"Three types of revolutions happened in Arabian countries - a fast one, a temporary one and a bloody one and the people won in all the cases, which should be taken into account by Georgia", - he stated.
In his turn, head of the Our Georgia - Free Democrats oppositional party Irakly Alasania declared that the confrontation between the opposition and Saakashvili's regime must not turn into a fight with one's own country.
Irakly Alasania underlined that he believes democratic elections to be the only way of changing the current government.
"I ask everyone to differ between two things: the fact that Saakashvili must leave and that he became a real obstacle for the country's development is one thing but we must not turn our confrontation and political fight against him into a fight against the state. It must be considered by all the responsible political forces", - Irakly Alasania stated.