According to Giorgi Vashadze, Chairman of Strategy Builder, the Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia, Shalva Papuashvili, refused him to visit the former president, Mikheil Saakashvili, at the Vivamedi clinic.
According to him, the fact that he, an MP, was refused to see Saakashvili proves that Georgian Dream is doing everything to mislead the public and hide the truth.
According to Vashadze, the health condition of the country's third president is very serious and medical examinations confirm this.
"It is a fact that Mikheil Saakashvili's condition is not improving after being transferred to a medical institution, but is getting worse every day. Therefore, as a human being without any politics, my task was that I honestly wanted to see Saakashvili. On the one hand, I wanted to encourage him, and on the other hand, I wanted to personally see his health condition, and for this purpose I appealed to the Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia. The Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia refused me to visit Saakashvili. For me, this is another confirmation that Georgian Dream is doing everything to mislead the public, to hide the truth," said Vashadze.
According to him, it can be seen from the recent statements made by the Georgian Dream representatives that the ruling team is preparing the public in advance to blame Mikheil Saakashvili for taking his own life.
"I consider the statements made by them in the last days to be far more alarming, that Saakashvili seems to be deliberately self-harming. This scenario is very similar to the scenario developed around Zviad Gamsakhurdia, when a person was killed and we don't know even today who fired that bullet. Then the Russian special services planned it against our national interests. Unfortunately, whatever statements Georgian Dream makes, in fact, this is a preliminary preparation of the society, so that if it ends with a serious result, Saakashvili himself will be blamed for taking his own life. This is for real. We can call this the scenario of killing without a bullet, which is taking place before our eyes," said Vashadze.