Georgian Labor Party asks U.S. to punish organizers of Rose Revolution


TBILISI: The Georgian Labor Party has called on the new  U.S. administration to punish the U.S. organizers of the Rose Revolution, which brought Mikheil Saakashvili to power.

Labor party leader Shalva Natelashvili said on Tuesday that “the current  administration of U.S. President Barack Obama and the general Obama policies cause affinity in the world, which is expressed first of all in the neutralization of the geopolitical mines left by the administration of his predecessor Bush.”

One of such geopolitical mines is “the 2003 anti-constitutional revolution in Georgia,” which brought the “maverick Saakashvili” to power.

“The coming of Saakashvili to power was planned, financed and carried out by George Bush and his associates Soros and others, who wanted to have a  satellite administration in Georgia,” Natelashvili said.

Natelashvili said the Georgian Labor Party has sent an inquiry to the White  House, the U.S. Congress and the U.S. Department of State,
regarding this matter.

Natelashvili said he is hoping that the current U.S. administration “will correct the mistakes made by its predecessors and will appoint a special  prosecutor, like they did for the Guantanamo prison, and the people who  inflicted damage on Georgia by this imported coup will be punished.”

Articles by: Global Research

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