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Bakradze deplores the opposition’s refusal to dialog2009-04-16 10:23
David Bakradze, the Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia, expressed regret in regard to the opposition's refusal to dialog with the authorities.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Unfortunately we all see that the radial opposition has not changed its position and they still push the President's resignation as an agenda for a dialogue... That's not a dialogue... This type of demand is an ultimatum", Bakradze stated - Novosti-Gruzia.
He mentioned that "certain consultations, contacts exist, but they cannot be called a dialog".
The authorities of Georgia offer the opposition a dialog on three issues: continuation of democratic reforms, development of the freedom of mass media and courts, tackling economic crisis and security issues.
The opposition, who on April 9th has started the protest actions with the demand of the president's resignation, continues picketing the Parliament, the President's residence and the Public TV. Yesterday they started 24-hour a day pickets near the State Chancellery.