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Eka Beselia demands immediate resignation of Saakashvili2009-01-16 11:07
At the press conference of January 15th , Eka Beselia, the Secretary General of the Movement for the United Georgia, again strongly criticized policy of Georgian administration and demanded the immediate resignation of Mikhail Saakashvili, the acting President of Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The entire opposition and community must unite for the only demand - unconditional resignation of Mikhail Saakashvili. After that, the snap parliamentary and presidential elections, based on democratic electoral legislation, must be held. It will lead to conduction of constitutional changes and establishment of democratic institutions ", Beselia said, Regnum informs.
In Georgia private property rights are still being violated, political persecution are continuing, courts are passing illegal sentences, freedom of speech is being abridged e.t.c.
According to Beselia, the present-day administration is unlikely to be able to change the situation.
The administration is unlikely will be able to fulfill obligations sated in the Georgian-US Charter, she believes.
The Secretary General of the Movement touched upon the memorandum of the joint operation of Inguri hydro power station, signed by the Ministry of energy of Georgia and the Inter RAO UES.
"The situation with Inguri power station is the example of the double standards of the acting Georgian administration and points at the betrayal of the country by its rule", Beselia stated.