Georgia’s opposition member can tell on air about no democracy in Georgia: Saakashvili
Georgia, Tbilisi, Jan. 23/ Trend N. Kirtzkhalia/ "Georgia is a democratic country and it is confirmed by constant leaving of our companions to opposition," Georgia's President Mikhail Saakashvili said on Jan. 23 on air of Public Broadcasting of Georgia.
"All can act as they want in our country and it is proved by freedom and democracy, President said.
Daily, population of the country can listen and see everything that opposition thinks fit, he said.
"For example, Kukava wakes up in the morning (one of the leaders of the Conservative Party) and in the evening all can listen and see what he dreamt," Saakashvili said.
Georgia is a country where an opposition member during three hours can tell on air of TV that there is no democracy in the country," President said.
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