Spring is finally upon Georgia. The cold temperatures recede, the trees turn green, and all of this can only mean one thing: It is time for the annual revolution fest.
Attempts at revolution have become something like a seasonal allergy in Georgia. The push to oust the government intensifies in spring, takes a break in summer to give politicos some time to shop in Europe and frolic on Mediterranean beaches, and then returns in autumn like a fall semester at school. Staying loyal to this proud tradition, some opposition politicians again have grabbed President Mikheil (Misha) Saakashvili by his ankle -- metaphorically speaking, of course -- to try and shake him down from his political pedestal.
But with the other hand, they are also busy pulling out each other’s hair.
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