Georgia led by Saakashvili is currently fragmented; politically it represents nothing of itself.
Tarzan Kokoity, MP of the I - IV convocations of the Parliament of South Ossetia:
Parliamentary elections in Georgia, scheduled for October, are perceivedambiguously by the world community, including us.
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili in the coming year should step down, of course, for fear that the opposition comes to power, he will try in every way, by all possible means, by hook or by crook to push his parliamentary party. On the other hand, Georgia has also an opposition politician with more radical views - Bidzina Ivanishvili, who is also seeking to come to power, at least in the parliament, and then fight for the presidency.