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Saakashvili is not going to dismiss the government2012-12-21 12:49
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili does not intend to dismiss the government using his constitutional right, the RIA Novosti reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I have no specific plans to use my constitutional right and I have never made any hints about this (the dissolution of the government.) The only thing I want to say that if the chaos and violence in the country continues - and we underwent this in 90s - it all can bring bad results ... I do not want the events to develop by the radical scenario", the president said on late Thursday at a briefing.
Recall, yesterday, six former high-ranking officials, including two ministers, were detained in Georgia. All of them are suspected of breaking the law.
According to the media, law enforcement agencies have arrested the ex-Minister of Finance and Energy Aleko Khetaguri and former Minister of Education and now director of the TV-channel "Rustavi-2" Nika Gvaramia. Among other detained there are the former Deputy Minister of Economy Kakha Damenia, CEO of the Tbilisi electricity distribution company "Telasi" Davy Kandelaki and two former officials of Saakashvili's team, whose names were not disclosed.