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9 Apr, 2009 13:11

“The point is: can he [Saakashvili] rule any longer?”

Ten times as many people, including a wide array of political forces, are protesting today against Saakashvili as there were against the USSR in tragic 1989, remind political experts Kirill Bessonov and Peter Lavelle.