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25.11.10, თბილისი, რუსთაველის გამზირი
ნინო ბურჯანაძის გამოსვლა „სახალხო წარმომადგენლობითი კრების“ სამეგრელო ზემო-სვანეთის რეგიონალურ შეკრებაზე
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I have stand on many tribunes; you will all agree that it is especial overwhelming for me to stand here where I stood first time being just a small girl. That is why I feel special feelings and warmness here.
I know and I feel your pain when in front of us everything valuable and precious is getting lost and demolished. It was said even today enough about it. The country is losing what is most precious the traditional values we are raising our children with.
Today we heard many persons having speech here. One of the said who mentioned that he is just simple peasant, have made better assessment and analysis of the current threats and situation than our authorities do. It wasn’t difficult to calculate that you should not start the war with neighbour you cannot win. Instead you should depend the interests of own country without putting under threat entire nation.
Having speech in front population of adjara is always connected with lots of emotion, because I am familiar with lots of pain, suffer and injustice you went through. I remember quite well the huge hope connected with new government and it is especially painful for me to see so many problems here in adjara.
ნინო ბურჯანაძის გამოსვლა „წარმომადგენლობითი სახალხო კრებისა“ და „დემოკრატიული მოძრაობის“ ინიციატივით გამართულ კონფერენციაზე „2008 წლის ომის შედეგები და კონფლიქტის მოგვარების გზები“
09.08.2010, სასტუმრო „ვერე პალასი"
First of all, I would like to thank Ms. Salome Zurabishvili for her initiative that has enabled us to deliberate upon the issue: why we, a significant part of political parties, feel we have to continue our struggle for regime change in Georgia, and do it in the presence and with participation of Georgian society, political parties, diplomatic corps and NGOs. We will hear many arguments justifying that the circumstances as those existing in Georgia would cause the top management of our country at least be politically accountable for the situation if it were in any civilized, more or less democratic state.