Expert: The coming of Ivanishvili's wife into politics is not very smart decision
Well-known Georgian expert Soso Tsintsadze thinks about the decision of businessman Bidzina Ivanishvili's wife to enter politics with skepticism.
Recall, the Georgian billionaire's wife Catherine Khvedelidze intends to establish a political party in Georgia to participate in the parliamentary elections of 2012. According to Tsintsadze, this decision says about inconsistencies in the ranks of Ivanishvili's supporters. "I do not think this is a smart decision. Lately, Ivanishvili makes mistakes all over again. I can see non-coordination in it - first he staffs one team, then he disperses it and staffs the other. Of course, sometimes he invites real professionals, but you need others skills in such area. This isn't the work of the scientist in a cabinet", he said in an interview to GeorgiaTimes.
"Having analyzied the election campaigns of the ruling party and opposition, we can say with confidence that the ruling party has won a handicap. It is evident that the "United National Movement" has tactic and strategy. Saakashvili constantly appears at the opening of a hospital or just similar events. The opposition is in time trouble. The election will be in about a month, and some structure of the main opposition force starts its formation only now", he added.