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Military parade in Georgia may be renounced2009-05-13 16:37
The government of Georgia may renounce the military parade in Rustaveli Avenue in the Independence Day of Georgia, on May 26th , stated Gigi Ugulava, the Mayor of Tbilisi, before the meeting with the diplomatic corps accredited in Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The negotiations are being held in the Mayor's Office in Tbilisi, are attended by David Bakradze, the Speaker of the Parliament.
"We believe that there are days ad topics that must not become the subject of partisan juncture. The radical opposition decided to use this national holiday to reach their partisan aims, and we deplore it", Bakradze said.
Gigi Ugulava shares his view and calls opposition's promise to conduct a civil parade on May 26 in Tbilisi a political mistake and attempt to provoke the use of force by the authorities.
"We keep calm; our main task is peace and stability in the country. The parade isn't an aim itself, we will not allow aggravation of the situation in the country", the Mayor said.
The authorities representatives intend to report the foreign diplomats of the results of the President's meeting with the opposition leaders, and of plans to solve the problems.
Ugulava and Bakradze believe that opposition leaders used this meeting to aggravate and radicalize the processes in the country, and underline that the main task of the government is to keep peace and stability in the country.
"Our weapon is patience, patience and again patience", Ugulava said.