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Part of the opposition for cessation of street protest actions2009-05-27 17:28
Today leaders of 14 main opposition parties held a meeting to agree upon the further actions.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Freedom party headed by Konstantin Gamsakhurdia didn't participate in the discussion, as yesterday its leader had claimed of the intention to act independently.
Besides, the representatives of the National Forum were not present, as previously its leaders had declared the plans to move their actions in the regions.
Eka Beselia, the Movement for United Georgia leader, expressed confidence that all the consultation participants will adopt one decision and strategy. "The actions will continue, and they will be very sharp and serious", Beselia said - Novosti-Gruzia.
At the same time, a part of the opposition is for the change of the tactics.
The Alliance for Georgia leader, Irakli Alasania stated that his party "doesn't accept such protest actions like blocking highways and railway". "Permanent actions have already played their role, and their form and contents must be changed", he said.
Alasania believed that dialog with authorities must be continued; world community must be involved in the Georgia's domestic processes as a participant and a guarantor of possible agreements with the authorities.