Georgia's Election Brings New Hope for Democracy

Full story: CFR.org

More than two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Republic of Georgia passed an important democratic milestone this week when the opposition party won the parliamentary elections and the incumbent president, Mikheil Saakashvili, conceded defeat.

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Oct 23, 2012
 
Georgia to join EU-NATO need liberalization, abolish nationalism, need to make euro the national currency, need to recognize Kosovo and "Republic of Macedonia", need to abolish obligatory service, need to not recognize Palestine, need to follow EU-NATO politic.
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Nov 6, 2012
 
Sorry, but just can't read appearing now here and there articles of alike and not to smile broadly. Daily different European and US based NGO report on systematical violations of rights and freedoms taking place all over Georgia... but miraculously officially in West they still harp on the same tune - Saakashvili is an idol of Georgian democracy.

So Saakashvili as well as his political party has failed with a bang at the latest country's parliamentary election... On October,1 Georgian people voted against the acting president, voted against the acting authorities - voted against Saakashvili and against his people - voted finally against the dictate and tyranny. What currently do European and Washington's officials?? Yeah, through instrumentality of the Western press and by all the other possible means they do now everything just once again to depict the Saakashvili's election defeat as his another democratic victory.... Bullshit.

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