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After the August events army doesn’t trust Saakashvili2009-03-24 11:43
Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, has the unanimous support of security, defense and law enforcement structures no longer, stated Badri Bitsadze, the head of the border police, in the live air of Maestro TV company - The Vzglyad.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Bitsadze, the authority of Saakashvili dropped after the August war, when the Commander-in-Chief "lied".Bitsadze participated in the combat actions in South Ossetia in August 2008. Reminding the events of those days he mentioned: Saakashvili stated that the Georgian army controls Tskhinval and Dzhava, though "the army had left South Ossetia long before".
Badri Bitsadze is sure that military will disregard Saakashvili's order to attack demonstrators.
In his view, the Interior Ministry riot police may disregard this order either.
"There is a close circle, associated with those authorities, they are dangerous, they will take every provocation, they themselves burnt their ships", Badri Bitsadze said.
It's worthy noticing that Badri Bitsadze is the ex-Deputy Interior Minister of Georgia and the husband of Nino Burjanadze, the leader of the opposition Democratic Movement-United Georgia.