President prepared to continue dialogue with government
President Saakashvili says he is prepared to continue dialogue with the government if Georgia regarding the constitutional amendments. Mikheil Saakashvili met with the representatives of Georgian televisions yesterday and commented on the open address of the Prime Minister published earlier on Tuesday. Saakashvili said they could agree about constitutional amendments, but not via violence but by normal dialogue.
He quoted phrase `constitutional dictatorship` used by some politicians recently, which he said was unintelligible for him, because co-existence of dictatorship and constitutional order was unimaginable. He also said the contact between the president and the Prime Minister by social networks was also unintelligible for him. President said not only constitutional amendments was the issue on which the government and the president had to discuss, but there were many other things to be discussed and he was prepared to visit Prime Minister for this.
`Prime Minister writes in this letter that the issue of the government in this country has been resolved and indeed, it has been resolved and the government in this country belongs to Georgian people; therefore, any effort by president, prime minister or any other official to appropriate power will do no good for any side, neither for the country. I think all governments have taken these lessons, including my government. I don`t say that we have not made mistakes, but I don`t want this government to make same mistakes,` Saakashvili said.