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Opposition and Saakashvili failed to agree2009-05-12 10:31
The meeting of opposition representatives and President Mikheil Saakashvili was finally held on Monday. No specific agreements were reached.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The opinions of opposition and the President were antithetic, said Levan Gachechiladze, the United Opposition leader.
"Saakashvili believes that everything in the country is excellent. We do not think so and believe that everything in the country is bad", Gachechiladze said.
Opposition leaders promised to give their evaluation at the rally and reiterated that their struggle will continue until they reach their aim.
Kakha Shartava and Salome Zourbishvili agree with Gachechiladze: the assessment of the situation by the opposition and by Saakashvili are too different.
The negotiations of the opposition and the President were held behind the closed doors and lasted for more then 2 hours. Opposition side was represented by Irakli Alasania (the Alliance for Georgia leader), Levan Gachechiladze (one of opposition leaders), Salome Zourabishvili (Way of georgia head) and Kakha Shartava (the National Forum party leader) .
The authopritiy representatives who participated were: David Bakradze, the Speaker of the Parliament, Dimitri Shashkin, the Minister for Penitentiary, Probation and Legal Assistance, Petre Tsiskarishvili, the parliamentary majority leader, Georgi Gabashvili, the MP.
After the meeting with the United opposition leader the President received parliamentary opposition representatives.