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Georgian opposition claims there is no split2009-05-28 11:40
Leaders of the Georgian opposition state there is no split in their rows, and they are still devoted to one purpose: resignation of President Saakashvili, stated at yesterday's information rally Konstantin Gamsakhurdia, the freedom party leader, who declared his party would act independently from all the rest of April 9th organizers - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Also, yesterday Irakli Alasania stated his Alliance for Georgia wouldn't participate in such radical protest actions as blocking highways and railways. "Blocking highways, opposition doesn't approach to it aim. We will participate in protest-oriented actions, cooperate with world community to reach the aim, and are ready to conduct specific and meaningful dialog with the authorities", Alasania said.
But at the Wednesday rally David Gamkrelidze, the New Right party [constituent of the Alliance for Georgia] stated that the party will "take part in all the opposition's actions" and "will act in a way the people wants".
He also mentioned that one before the people wanted the opposition leaders to lead it to the Public TV. "But opposition leaders were informed that special mission units and guards are placed. And the opposition chose a safe way and blocked the railway. The action near the Public TV would end with victims, and the opposition wanted to avoid victims and bloodshed", Gamkrelidze said.
Kakha Kukava, the leader of the Conservative party, mentioned that in the nearest days the registration of people, willing to participate in the cells action, begins.
"People must directly participate in opposition protest actions and it doesn't matter whether they are representatives of some parties or ordinary citizens. Everyone has the equal right to participate in political processes", Kukava underlined.