No More Revolutions in Ukraine, Promises Saakashvili

The leader of the “New Forces Movement,” ex-governor of the Odessa region Mikhail Saakashvili promised that he would not organize a new revolution in Ukraine. The former Georgian president said this on Sunday during a rally in Vinnytsia.

“Although I’m an old revolutionary, I, however, have no intentions to organize a new revolution,” Saakashvili was quote saying Gordon edition.

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According to the politician, he and his supporters are planning to achieve compliance with their demands “legally and travel all over Ukraine,” he said. Saakashvili also promised to the people that “the new government of Ukraine will be from Vinnytsia.

After that, Saakashvili went to Lviv, and on September 12 said that he plans to visit “many cities and villages” in Ukraine. On, October 17, the politician intends to present at a rally in Kiev a list of requirements for the reform of power. Earlier, the former Georgian president said that he intends on Tuesday, September 19, to get him an opportunity to speak in the Verkhovna Rada.

Deprived of Ukrainian citizenship, Saakashvili returned to Ukraine on September 10, despite the authorities’ ban. He succeeded in this after a crowd of political supporters broke through the cordon of border guards. On this fact, the police opened a criminal case on suspicion of illegal crossing of the state border, resistance to law enforcement officers and hooliganism. Two activists have already been arrested, but only the protocol on the administrative violation has been drawn up against Saakashvili himself.