Opposition: Saakashvili has transformed Georgia into a "Republic of Chunga-Changa"
The head of the opposition movement "National Forum" Gubaz Sanikidze said that the current Georgia should be called "Republic Chung-Changa".
"Do you remember the cartoon, where they sang "Chunga-Changa is living cheerfully"? Our government gave us "Chunga-Changa" - this, as reported by VZGLIAD, said Sanikidze in an interview to "Kweli-siahle".
"Misha lives in "Chunga-Changa" and makes us to do the same" - the oppositionist also commented on the policy of the current leader Mikhail Saakashvili.
Sanikidze also stressed that a protest march, which initiated by his movement and is scheduled for September 27, must be supported by other protest forces.
"We need to show to local people and people abroad the country that Georgian people is alive and it must be taken into account" - he said.
Note, recently the Permanent Representative of Georgia to the UN Alexander Lomaia said that official Tbilisi intends to expand its contacts with African countries in September. Thus, it is planned to establish diplomatic relations with Malawi and Gabon. Lomaia reminded that Georgia has diplomatic relations with 160 states UN member of 193.
"Over the past two years, Georgia has established diplomatic relations with 38 countries of the UN, which have reaffirmed their support for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia" - said Lomaia.
He added that the Georgian authorities are also working to establish diplomatic relations with 10 other countries of the African continent, the Pacific States and South America. According to Lomaia, Georgia continues to work actively in this direction.
Malawi is a country in South Africa. It shares borders with Mozambique, Zambia, Tanzania. It's population is about 14 million people.
Republic of Gabon is a country in Central Africa. It shares borders with Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Congo. It's population is about two million people.