Ivanishvili confessed his lack of preparation
On the eve, well-known Georgian businessman Bidzina Ivanishvili made a confession that he came into politics being unprepared. As reported by "Georgia-News", that's how he explained his inability to mobilize himself in time and to adequately and timely respond to the actions of the authorities against him.
"I was not preparing to enter politics and I came unprepared. Therefore, partly I can not mobilize and create a team and respond to their (of authorities of Georgia) ill-considered actions. There is still many things which create a certain problem, and I do not have time to quickly arrange the stages", said Ivanishvili in an interview to local media.
"If you imagine that I do not come into politics, they (the ruling group) is likely to win elections and retain the team. But they have no idea what to do next and after a few years they will have to pay external debt, which noone will ever defer. They can not get all Georgia into the jail. This thread will tear one day, and it will be followed by disaster for the country", said the businessman.
Ivanishvili considers the head of the Georgian Interior Ivane Merabishvili and Justice Minister Zurab Adeishvili as a kind of "victims of their power". "Vano, Adeishvili and other are victims of their own power, but there is no even a theoretical possibility that they might long preserve it. You can not catch everyone ...", said Ivanishvili.
The most ideal option for the country, according to the latter-day politician, would be emergence of an authoritative person to whose opiniob the authorities would consider and who can plan the steps in the long run.
"It would be ideal if there would appear such a person, or let they send me a certain ideologist, and I would tell him that our country plays the decisive role", said the businessman.
He also stressed once again that he does not lobby the interests of the Russian Federation in Georgia. "I have been living in Russia for nine years. And I live by the rules, understandable for the Georgians. Only President Mikhail Saakashvili and his government promote this theme, because they have nothing more to say, no other arguments", said the businessman.