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Georgian opposition worked out 6 points to drive the country out of crisis2009-05-19 11:38
Yesterday protest action organizers opposition parties spread one more statement.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to that statement, the meeting with Mikheil Saakashvili on May 11, was ineffective, and reaffirmed that the government's inadequate assessment of the political crisis in the country, and solving problems via constructive dialog with it is impossible.
In response to Saakashvili's readiness to conduct reforms opposition drew its suggestions, united in 6 points
In their view, the real way to overcome political crisis are Saakashvili's resignation ans calling snap presidential elections, holding free and just parliamentary elections in autumn 2009, as well as Tbilisi Mayor elections.
To start a constitutional reform the opposition proposed to make the first step and make an amendment to the Constitution. This amendment must imply holding parliamentary elections in October 2009, and also conducting a plebiscite on the questions of constitutional order of the state.
To provide impartiality of the law enforcement system the opposition proposed to appoint persons agree with opposition to the posts of the Minister of Justice and of Interior Ministry, as well as other security services.
The government must appoint the head of the Supreme Court, agreed by the opposition.
They also demand to appoint the chairman of the Central Electoral Commission, agreed with the opposition and establish a group, with this person as a head, to work out the new Electoral Code.
The new director and members of the Board of Trustees of the Public TV must be agreed to the opposition and appointed, the PTV Second channel must be passed to an agreed group of political scientists and experts, Imedi must be returned to its legal owner, artificial obstacles in licensing of broadcasting must be eliminated.
In case these demands will be satisfied before May 26th, opposition will consider possible the beginning of the process of reaching the national accord and establishment of the Georgian statehood.