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Georgian presidential election in the eye of the opposition

Leader of Georgian opposition, Igor Giorgadze

Upcoming presidential election in Georgia. What is in store for the country? Georgians will go to the polls on January 5th to elect a new president, or re-elect the old one, Mikhail Saakashvili. Does the opposition have a chance against Saakashvili at this snap election? Is this election going to be free and fair? To answer these questions, our guest today is an exiled leader of Georgian opposition, Igor Giorgadze.