Nodar Kharshiladze: What is happening is a performance, a tragicomedy
What happened in Georgia in 2003 was not a revolution in the classical sense. It was the concentration of the will of the people, which was created by the united opposition, which was correctly understood and accepted by the then President Eduard Shevardnadze, who had gone through all the posts, aged and tired, and had no desire to shed blood … Bidzina Ivanishvili is not like that, he will do anything.
The opposition should not create excessive expectations, it should continue the form and the path of protest that it has chosen now, according to Kharshiladze, this will be a long process, but the international community will see this protest.
It is necessary to show everyone that what is happening is not a state institution, but a performance, a tragicomedy, with a high probability of a tragedy, and here the opposition is obliged to use its assets. You cannot give the opportunity to comfortably destroy the country.
Nodar Kharshiladze, GSAC