Media Review of Georgia:Saakashvili has become a burden, education in Georgia is worse than in Chad, but the country is longing to fight in Mali

Mon, 25/03/2013 - 16:34

Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili, who, after the constitutional reforms and parliamentary elections is divested of the most important presidential powers, is already considered as a burden to the once ruling party "National Movement.
According to a PR- techniques expert Soso Galumashvili, "it is questionable, whether Mikhail Saakashvili will be a useful and acceptable figure to the "nationals" in the new political arena. At this stage it is difficult to say, whether Saakashvili will be a burden to "National Movement".

According to Galumashvili, the results of the presidential election will show, whether the "National Movement" has any prospect of success and whether Saakashvili will be a man of gravitas in the future. This writes the Georgian news agency "MediaNews" in the article "It's hard to say, whether Saakashvili is a burden to the "National Movement "- Soso Galumashvili," on March 22, 2013.
Minister of Energy of Georgia, a former football player Kakha Kaladze on this subject expressed more straightforwardly. According to him, many investors are waiting for resignation of Mikhail Saakashvili from politics, because this man to be at the helm of the state gives them a sense of instability in the country.
As noted by Minister of Energy at the meeting with the print media, it is sad but true that during the foreign visits the President was busy at sneer company that caused serious harm to the image of the state.
"Mikhail Saakashvili, instead of the faithful performing of presidential duties to protect the interests of the country, is in opposition to the country and its population, which is contrary to the interests of Georgia. In fact, in recent years, Saakashvili was able, through his lobbyists to create a virtual Georgia, in which the citizens were happy with the government. We all know well what processes are really taking place in the country, but Saakashvili has managed to use sneer company against the new government. Many investors are worried about this situation. They say that they will refrain from investing in Georgia until October and will start thinking about it after the presidential elections, "- said Kakha Kaladze.
Kaladze also made a comment about the action on April 19 and called it the stupidity. According to him, he does not see any problem in this action.
"I wonder who will be next to them. Perhaps they will come again and bring their family members, may be even their family members will not follow them, "- said Kaladze. This writes "MediaNews" in the article "A lot of investors are waiting for resignation of Saakashvili - Kakha Kaladze," on March 19, 2013.
Against this background one can see the new details of the disastrous reign by the team of Mikhail Saakashvili in Georgia. This time it concerns the vaunted education system, built in the reign of Saakashvili.
"According to the report of the World Economic Forum for 2013 educational system of Georgia has received only 3 points out of 7, which is one of the worst results in the ranking. The World Economic Forum has made a rating level of the education system, which includes the results of the 140 countries of the world. In the above ranking Georgia ranked only the 113th place, behind such countries as Chad, Panama, Swaziland, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Iran and Suriname. The ranking leader is Switzerland, the last is Yemen, "- wrote" MediaNews" in the article
"Educational system in Georgia has received a low appraisal," - March 22, 2013.
It raises questions the integrity of Georgia still trying to push the Georgian wine into the Russian market.
Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rightshas stated that the Georgian side presented a partial list of documents required to be checked and put in the list some additional companies that had not applied to the Russian agency.
"The earlier scheduled date of the Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rightsto leave for Georgia in late March 2013, most likely, will not be met through the fault of the Georgian side" – was said at the Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights.
"The agency of Onishchenko is ready to send its experts to Georgia as soon as the Georgian side will present the relevant documents," – is said in an article of the same agency "The second visit of experts of the Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rightsto Georgia may be suspended," on March 19, 2013.
"Vanuatu no longer considers a misunderstanding called Abkhazia" - is titled the article of the Georgian news agency "Our Abkhazia," March 19, 2013. What is said in this article - it does not matter, the matter is that Georgia, reiterating its intention to normalize relations with South Ossetia and Abkhazia, at the same gave one of them the fictitious name, and has called the other misunderstanding. Should anyone act like that when in fact he wants to improve relations? As we see, the Georgian side is not more sincere as ever. Should we trust it?
Meanwhile, a well-known Georgian hawk Targamadze, who currently is in Lithuania, faced there the problems with Interpol. It is written by the same agency in the article "Targamadze has problems with Interpol in Lithuania," on March 22, 2013.
"Georgian MP Givi Targamadze has problems with Interpol in Lithuania. This has been said today by the president of Georgia, on the TV channel "Imedi." According to him, Targamadze was unable to come to Georgia to vote because it was necessary to go through the procedure with Interpol ... MP Targamadze was put on the international wanted list by Russia. He is accused of organizing mass riots in Russia with the Russian opposition ", - is stated in the material.
So Targamadze was laughing in vain at the announcement of his being wanted by Interpol.
While Georgia has been suffering significant losses in Afghanistan, Defense Minister Irakli Alasania has declared that the country is ready to take part in the military operations in Mali. This is clear from the interview of the Georgian military expert Georgy Tavdgiridze.
The expert, however, noted that participation in the mission in Mali would not be directly related to the improvement of relations between Georgia and the European Union, but Georgia would feel itself a part of a large European family. According to Georgy Tavdgiridze, when it comes to such important things, it is desirable that the views should be expressed first by the public, and then should be made a final decision. Speaking about the mission in Afghanistan, the expert has noted that its criticism is related to thegreat loss of life from the Georgian side. "That is, something is wrong in the Georgian Armed Forces, if we have been suffering such a great loss," - he said. This writes the Georgian news agency "Georgia Online" in the article "The Georgian armed forces would benefit by participating in the mission in Mali," on March 21, 2013.
For a start it would be better for them to settle the internal problems...

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