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Georgians don’t believe in effectiveness of Saakashvili’s negotiations with opposition2009-05-18 15:40
The most part of Georgians doesn't believe in the result of the dialog between the authorities and the opposition - thee are the results of the survey conducted by Kviris Palitra [a Georgian weekly] - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Only 18.5 per cent of the surveyed believe that negotiations of Saakashvili and opposition will be fruitful. 50.3 per cent don't believe; 31.2 per cent found difficult to answer.
On May 11 Saakashvili held a meeting with opposition leaders and proposed a five-point plan, which included establishment of commission to change the Constitution, joint work on electoral legislation change, conducting the judicial reform.
Previously part of the opposition, in particular, the Alliance for Georgia leader, Irakli Alasania, supported continuation of the negotiations with the authorities, though other President's opponents decided that further talks can concern only Saakashvili's resignation. According to the ruling majority the second round of negotiations may be held this week.