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Opposition insists on the dialog with the President2009-05-08 14:54
Georgian radical opposition insists on the dialog with the President of the country and doesn't intend to negotiate with the Speaker of the Parliament. That was their comment on Bakradze's proposal to dialog today - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We will meet David Bakradze just to give him our formal answer - we demand the meeting with the President", said Salome Zourabishvili, the Way of Georgia leader.
"The general decision of the opposition is a meeting with Saakashvili," said Eka Beselia, the For United Georgia party Secretary General, "At this meeting issues we published in our joint statement must be discussed: Saakashvili's resignation, shift of the present-day authorities in a peaceful and constitutional way, calling snap presidential and parliamentary elections."
At the same time, the President of Georgia is currently staying in Prague and participating in the EU summit on Eastern Partnership.