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Ex-president Saakashvili faces criminal indictment in Georgia
The Globe and Mail ^
| DAVID HERSZENHORN
Posted on 08/01/2014 11:39:23 PM PDT by wetphoenix
The general prosecutor of Georgia filed criminal charges Monday against former president Mikheil Saakashvili, accusing him of abuse of power, largely for his handling of political protests that turned violent in November, 2007.
Mr. Saakashvili, who carried out a series of sweeping political changes from 2004 to 2012, left office last November after serving the maximum two terms. His popularity had fallen and his partys candidate lost the next election.
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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Foreign Affairs; Government
KEYWORDS: georgia; ukraine
McCain’s gangster buddy. McCain wanted your sons to die for him.
posted on 08/02/2014 1:47:15 AM PDT
by Forgotten Amendments
(Peace On Earth! Purity of Essence! McCain/Ripper 2016)
I wonder if Russia will ever see Putin and his cronies indicted for their crimes including murder. Probably not.
posted on 08/02/2014 2:43:25 AM PDT
(Against Obama. Against Putin. Pro-freedom. Pro-US Constitution.)
posted on 08/02/2014 3:15:36 AM PDT
(I see why they want our guns. Thank you founding fathers for the second amendment.)
The European Union signed a political association agreement with Georgia in June that requires the country to demonstrate commitment to Western-style democratic norms. The government of Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili has denied any political aims and has pointed to the recent detention of former president Nicolas Sarkozy of France as an equivalent example of a one-time leader being held accountable by the legal system.
posted on 08/02/2014 4:23:21 AM PDT
( Aide toi et dieu t aidera)
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