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Radical opposition refused to participate in consultations on reforming the Constitution2009-05-15 18:11
Non-parliamentary Georgian opposition refused to participate in the work of constitutional commission, stated Eka Beselia, the Way of Georgia party leader - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
She believes that this Saakashvili's initiative "is aimed to preserve his power".
David Gamkrelidze, the New Rights party, suggests that the initiative is aimed to win time, and claimed that such commission are established not to solve problems but to expand them in time.
"Let them establish commissions and make decisions, they do not need us for it. We need system changes, and they will be possible is Saakashvili resigns and free elections are held", Gamkrelidze said.
According to the previous messages, Georgian authorities and parliamentary opposition intend to start consultations on Saakashvili's plan aimed to decrease tensions in the country. This statement was made by David Bakradze, the Speaker of the Parliament, in the air of Rustavi 2.
On May 11, at the meeting with the opposition, the President presented the 5-point plan of driving the country out of crisis and proposed opposition together with authorities to start work on the new constitutional model. Several non-parliamentary opposition leaders said they would not participate.