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Preparing material on the results of parliamentary election in Georgia and political technology of mudslinging wars between Mikheil Saakashvili and Bidzina Ivanishvili the correspondents of the GeorgiaTimes have stumbled on audio of "eavesdropping" of telephone conversations of the known Georgian politicians and businessmen. These recordings have already led to the pre-election scandal in Georgia - according to the media, "Ivanishvili was accused of eavesdropping of telephone conversations of his associates".gt-en-newsitem-inside
Among the 15 audio recordings posted on YouTube in July 2012, there are talks of Revaz Sharangia, Vano Merabishvili, Caesar Chocheli, Alexander Khetaguri and ... Givi Targamadze, who has recently become the epicenter of the scandal around the "recruitment" of the activists of Russian non-system opposition for the unrest in the Russian Federation.The journalists have found - records, judging by the discussion of the rally at the Pushkin Square in Moscow, were dated March-April 2012. This means that the discussion took place even before the infamous action at the Swamp Square.
Apparently, they discussed the "inaugural meeting" (ie the opposition rally on May 6) in the context of "the number of victims". And the name of the street politician, the head of the "Left Front" Sergei Udaltsov, was also mentioned in the conversation.
Of course, this does not mean that Targamadze funded Sergei Udaltsov and the "Left Front", but the fact is that the records published in the course of Georgian "mudslinging war" show that either there is a link between Targamadze and Sergei Udaltsov, or this link was established via some of the representatives of the "Left Front".
Thus, it turns out that there is no inconsistencies, and representatives of the Georgian establishment have links with the Russian "street" dissenters starting from the early spring.
Nakopia: What is going on out there? I'm not sure, do you know Edick Tedeyan or not? I talked to him too.
Targamadze: No. I called him about the time of that short work so I think it was all over since Udaltsov had already been arrested.
Nakopia: Do you know what is happening right now? How much people were there?
Targamadze: There was a rally. Some 20 to 25 thousand people. It was a bit messy but Seryoga did it all right. He said that he privately didn't want to consider that there was no election. On the 7th the swearing-in ceremony is taking place so on the 1st of May they will hold a rally with as few people as possible. Now they are about to start working on it. As for Pushkinskaya, he also added that they should let know that they will walk into the square every few days if not every day. When the rally was over, some 10 people followed him and then stood on his way. They stood on his way and did not let him go and all of them were colonels.
Nakopia: Giwi, there's no chance they can...
Targamadze: Yes. I tell you, the main thing they failed to stop him. His is the right person.
Nakopia: The main thing they failed to stop him. They didn't want to fuel fire.
Targamadze: That man has done it all. What else? He just went away. He behaved the way to force them arrest him. There was beating-up.
Nakopia: The more beating-up there will be the better.