Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze announced his resignation on Monday after little over a year at the project and said the nation must avoid political branches that could play to Russia’s handson.
Parliamentary elections are expected in October next year.
The prime minister stated on Facebook that he was stepping down because he’d accomplished what he set out to perform at work.
“A tactical development framework was made, implemented, and I’ve decided to measure because I think I have fulfilled my mission at this point,” Bakhtadze wrote.
“. . .we should remember that the only one who’ll win in the polarisation of contemporary society will probably be an occupying country,” he explained.
Georgia fought and dropped a brief war with Russia in 2008, prompting the states to reduce diplomatic ties. Russia went to recognise that the independence of 2 breakaway Georgian regions in which it currently has troops garrisoned.
Ties with Russia are a politically divisive issue plus also a rally outside parliament this summer when a visiting Russian lawmaker dealt with the room in the speaker’s seat, descended into violent clashes with authorities.
The resistance, which states the present pro-Western government is soft on Moscow, accused police of using excessive force. The authorities said authorities were correct to use force as protesters were hoping to storm parliament.