What comes next in Misha Saakashvili's Georgia?
What will be the next legal step which the authorities MUST attempt to do, as Bidzina Ivanishvii. leader of the main political opposition, Georgian Dream Party, will not be paying this huge fine... and if that does not work - then what?
Asked how the case would develop as he refuses to pay the fine, Ivanishvili responded: “We should ask the authorities what they plan to do next. One thing I can say is that everything will be all right.” “They [the authorities] are in agony; he [President Saakashvili] is in hysteria, because he understands very well that everything goes towards its logical end,” Ivanishvili said.
Maybe another constitutional amendment is needed to ward off all the bad publicity which is looming for the authorities - or does Saakashvili have the balls to try and destroy Ivanishvili once and for all?
It will not be Putin that hangs him up by the balls but the Georgian people; they have not forgotten the murders on May 26, 2011 and the war of August 2008 – and to intentionally lose a war that should never have been started in the first place.
It was all for profit and a flimsy cover for wholesale looting of the country.
I think Misha Saakashvili has few choices. He should send the police around, arrest Ivanishvili at his house, sell his house to himself, for a tokin amount, move right in, and declare himself King of Georgia.
Misha the Destroyer!
I wonder what the people and the US State Department would think then? It could get bloody and really screw up US foreign policy in the region, including intentions on Iran and Syria.
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