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Saakashvili to be deprived of the right to take parade2013-04-03 14:48
The people of Georgia, not the president will take the parade in the honor of Independence Day of Georgia on May 26, the VZGLYAD reported. This was announced by the chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Defense and Security Irakli Sesiashvili.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The people of Georgia will take the parade, and it should always be this way. Until now, president Mikheil Saakashvili took the parade. This is the wrong approach," Sesiashvili stated.
"Independence Day is the most important day for us, and we have to give it a form that will incline our society in favor of the independence, so we will really celebrate Independence Day," he added.
At the same time, Defense Minister Irakli Alasania said at the press conference that Independence Day would be impressive and beautiful holiday, but did not say anything about who would take the parade.
Recall, on Monday April 1, the country's Prosecutor General Archil Kbilashili stated that the Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili might be interrogated in connection with involvement in a criminal offense.
The head of the Georgian Prosecutor's Office noted that the need for interrogation has arisen in connection to "a completely new criminal case, the circumstances of which were still not voiced publicly."