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Opposition was advised to solve problems not in the streets2009-04-29 09:11
The way out of the political crisis in Georgia must be found via negotiations between the opposition and the authorities, stated at today's conference in Strasbourg Terry Davis, the CE Secretary General, whose speech was broadcasted by Georgian TV channels - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Since April 9th Georgian opposition has been staging protest actions, the Parliament building has blocked.
`I think that it is better to settle and discuss these problems in the parliament, not in the street. I have been consistent in saying that the people who criticize president Saakashvili should do so in the parliament. I understand that some of the opposition parties who succeeded in elections refuse to take their seats. It`s difficult to understand how this can help the opposition,` he said and added that he, in his time, in Great Britain, had to stay in the opposition for a long time.
Last week Eric Fournier, the ambassador of France to Georgia, expressed discontent with the fact diplomats had to hold a meeting with David Bakradze, the Speaker of the Parliament, in a hotel. In his opinion, the place for meeting with Bakradze must have been the building of the legislative body, which, in its turn, had been picketed by opposition since April 9th .