Baku, Azerbaijan, Feb. 16
Georgian former Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili is sure that there is no danger of unrest, the News-Georgia agency reported.
"But if this happens, ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili's party "United National Movement" will fail to return to power," he said.
Thus, Ivanishvili commented on the media information that Saakashvili plans to hold unrest in Georgia in spring.
He said that it is impossible to hold unrest in Georgia as there is a responsible government in the country.
Earlier, Georgian Interior Minister Vakhtang Gomelauri said that the attempts are made to destabilize the situation in the country. But the interior ministry will not allow riots, whoever would try to arrange them - the former ruling party United National Movement or any other political force.
In early September 2014, Alexander Chikaidze, who served as interior minister during that period, accused Mikheil Saakashvili of intending to organize chaos in Georgia. He said that the ex-president gave the task to his associates to establish a well-organized group of 500 people to stage the provocations in the country.
Later, Deputy Interior Minister Levan Izoria said that the Interior Ministry is investigating the activity of the National Movement under article 315 of the Georgian Criminal Code (conspiracy or rebellion to compulsory change the constitutional structure of Georgia).
The former ruling party categorically denied allegations of illegal activity and urged to establish a special commission.
Edited by CN