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Georgia won’t stand “madman’s” further rule – opposition2011-04-06 14:20
Head of the Georgian Party Sozar Subari has stated that the country's government does not leave the opposition any other way to change the ruling regime than revolution.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Revolutions happen when there is no other way out. The question should be put in the following way: will the people endure another 30 or 50 years of a madman's rule? No, the country won't stand it", - VZGLYAD is citing Subari.
According to him, a possible revolution in Georgia will happen without the world community's interference as it happens in Libya, for the current president won't have the courage to resist. "Saakashvili will flee the day before, I assure you from my experience, - Subari underlined. - He will be followed by his company; however, they will appear before the Georgian court in a few years".
Let us remind you that the possibility of reoccurrence of the "Egyptian scenario" in Georgia has been many times stressed by the country's opposition. For instance, famous Georgian oppositionist, head of the People's Forum Gubaz Sanikidze declared that soon, there will be protest actions in Georgian similar to the ones held in Egypt.
"This chain of events will reach us; Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili is of no more value to the West than head of Egypt Hosni Mubarak and Georgia is of no more importance than Egypt", - Sanikidze underlined.
"The time of the brushed dictators acceptable for the West will soon be over", - he added.
In his turn, head of Our Georgia - Free Democrats oppositional party Irakly Alasania stated that the opposition's confrontation to Saakashvili's regime must not turn into a fight with one's own state.
Irakly Alasania remarked that he believes the democratic elections to be the only way to change the country's current government.
"I ask everybody not to mix up two things: the fact that Saakashvili must leave and that he became a real obstacle for the country's development is one thing but opposing him and conducting a political fight against him mustn't be turned into a fight against the state. All the responsible political forces should bear that in mind", - Irakly Alasania stated.