October 31, 2015

Leaked tape exposes Georgia ex-President Saakashvili for ‘inciting bloodshed’

Georgia is demanding explanations from Ukraine after a leaked tape implicated the governor of the Odessa region Mikhail Saakashvili (also Georgia’s former president), in calling for a violent coup in his home country.

Saakashvili, who resigned his presidential office in 2013 after almost a decade in power, is wanted at home on allegations of embezzlement and abuse of power. Read more.


Wiretapped Recordings of Saakashvili Discussing Rustavi 2 TV Leaked - Civil.ge
President: ‘Those Speaking About Revolution are Out of Touch With Reality’ - Civil.ge

Tbilisi Summons Ukrainian Diplomat over Saakashvili’s Remarks - Civi.ge
Saakashvili: in Georgia protection of freedom of speech equals struggle for existence - Vestnik Kavkaza

State Security Service begins anti-coup investigation - Messenger
PM denies governmental involvement in Rustavi 2 case - Messenger

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