Nika Melia, Chairman of the United National Movement, refers to the 18th anniversary of the Rose Revolution and writes that on this day Georgia "reversed the backwards spinning wheel of destiny"
He says the leader of the changes brought about by the "Rose Revolution" is the third president, Mikheil Saakashvili, who is in prison today, but "it won't last for long".
"On St George's Day 2003, Georgia mustered its strength and instead of a backward spin of the wheel of destiny, it spun it forward.
The country embarked on a path of development!
- Georgia without corruption;
- Higher education without favoritism;
- An illuminated country vs scheduled electricity;
- Increased pension instead of frozen ones;
- Police instead of Militia;
- West instead of Russia;
- A trained army instead of a hungry one;
- Order instead of crime;
- Reform instead of immobility;
- Reconstruction in Adjara instead of Aslan;
- Perspective instead of despair!
- and More!
No one can falsify history. The leader of these changes Mikheil Saakashvili is in prison today, it will not last for long! Georgia will gain strength again and move forward, I believe it to the end!" writes Nika Melia.