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Parliamentary minority proposed the way of driving the country out of political crisis2009-04-14 18:46
Georgia Tragamadze, the Christian Democratic party leader, proposed the authorities and the opposition the 7-point plan of driving the country out of crisis - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Proceeding from what we see, from the political crisis reaching its dead end, we, the Christian-Democrats, believe that the Georgian authorities should take these concrete steps in order to create real preconditions for launching a dialogue even with the most radical part of the opposition", Targamadze stated at the today's press conference.
1. Resignation of Chairman of Supreme Court, Kote Kublashvili;
2. Resignation of Chairman of the Central Election Commission, Levan Tarkhnishvili;
3. Rerun of Imedi TV to its legal owners - family of the late tycoon Badri Patarkatsishvili;
4. Granting a license to the pro-opposition Maestro TV allowing the station satellite broadcasting;
5. Replacement of the current board of the Public Broadcaster;
6. Setting up of a five-member monitoring team through an agreement between the key political parties, which will monitor balanced and unbiased coverage of the developments;
7. Setting up of a monitoring team through an agreement between the key political parties, which will consider complaints filed against the police over violations related with right of expression and free movement.
"All these proposals are obsolete", commented Nino Burjanadze, the Democratic Movement-United Georgia leader. "Today the initiative was voiced, thought it must were voiced several moths ago, when we intensively called the authorities for such initiatives to relieve tension of the situation in the country", said Burjanadze at the today's rally near the Parliament.
"That time the authorities decided that the people doesn't exist and tried to discredit the opposition - without a result. Now they think how to improve the situation. We are not against the changes but we know that they will again be non-system and façade ones. Therefore our demand remains valid, and no step down will be made, - this is Saakashvili's resignation", she stated.