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Ivanishvili can review his decision to leave politics2012-11-22 16:13
Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili stated he could reconsider the decision to leave politics in a half and a year in the event that his government fails with the tasks during this period, the Kommersant reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I'll leave the politics only in the event that everything is well. I'm not going to run away from problems, and if I and my team, we cannot deliver on our promises in a half and a year, I stay in politics", said Mr. Ivanishvili. According to him, he is to talk about this after the results of the work of his Government during this period. He stressed that he would leave into the "civilian sector" from the politics, "if the chain of command operates smoothly", and all campaign promises of his coalition "Georgian Dream" are executed.
In addition, Prime Minister said he was not going to impeach the president Mikheil Saakashvili, but he planned to accelerate the expansion of the powers of parliament and head of government, the RIA Novosti reported.
"There will be no Impeachment", Ivanishvili said during a press conference.
He also said that until the presidential elections he wanted to use those points of the constitution, which extend the powers of the parliament and the prime minister at expense of the president's powers.