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The media: authorities preparing Burjanadze’s arrest2011-04-14 17:58
Today, in one of the articles, Sakartvelos Respublica (Republic of Georgia) Georgian newspaper disclosed information on the Georgian authorities' plans to arrest former Speaker of Parliament of Georgia Nino Burjanadze before the end of May 2011. She is the leader of the Democratic Movement - United Georgia party and member of the Executive Council of the People's Representative Assembly. The paper refers to exclusive information provided by an unrevealed "source".gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the source, Georgian authorities are displeased with the People's Assembly's activity and members of Interior Minister Ivane Merabishvili's team are considering scenarios that will help disrupt the oppositional association's work.
One of the variants implies a staged performance using secret records that will be submitted as proof of illegal activity so as to accuse Burjanadze and her husband, Badri Bitsadze, of preparing a coup. "The scenario is being currently developed, - the unnamed source asserts. - A sound compensation and employment have been promised to those who took part in military actions in exchange for help in Burjanadze's "disclosure".
Besides, the paper is warning against the ruling United National Movement party's plans to disrupt an action of the People's Assembly scheduled for May 2.
Let us remind you that on May 15, members of the Executive Council of the People's Representative Assembly announced "mobilization of its supporters", having called on them to switch to 24-hour work.
The "final stage of the fight" was also declared by leaders of the People's Assembly. According to former Speaker of Parliament Nino Burjanadze, "the final stage will start after Easter, May 2".