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Burjanadze: we are ready to dismiss Saakashvili2011-04-15 12:15
One of the leaders of the Georgian opposition Nino Burjanadze stated that in the course of the mass protest actions scheduled for the beginning of May, Mikhail Saakashvili's opponents will announce the plan on removing the current Georgian president from his post.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We are going to announce our plan of actions on May 2, at the meeting that will be attended by all the citizens displeased with Saakashvili's regime", - Gazeta.ru is citing Burjanadze.
She also added that there is a possibility of another revolution in Georgia similar to those that happened in the Near East and Africa.
"There is a certain risk that the mass actions against the authorities may grow into events similar to those in Libya but we are going to reduce it to the minimum", - Burjanadze said.
Earlier, leader of the United Georgia Democratic Movement Nino Burjanadze stated that the power in the country may be changed only by way of revolution.
"So long as Saakashvili is the president, there is only one way to change the president - mass protest and forcing him to resign; unfortunately, there is no other way", - she said.
According to her, in case of rallies, President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili should not repeat the mistake of Libyan leader Muhammar Gaddafi and use weapon against peaceful citizens. "If they use weapon against armless people, the whole world will criticize them. Our only weapon is our belief in what we are fighting for. We are not going to breach the law unless we are forced to", - Burjanadze added.