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Nogaideli’s party suspends rallies until autumn2009-07-06 13:41
For Fair Georgia opposition party chaired by ex Prime Minster Zurab Nogaideli "decided to stop actions calling for Mikheil Saakashvili's resignation and early elections till autumn" as Nogaideli himself told the journalists today, ITAR-TASS reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Nogaideli now it's time for a break. "It's much more efficient to start a new wave of rallies in autumn when the social and economic crisis in Georgia reaches the peak and people's protest against the authorities gets more intense", - he believes. - The time we have before autumn should be used for outreach activities and preparation of new peaceful actions".
Nogaideli emphasized his party would urge authorities to "call early elections" in autumn. Remarkably since April Nogaideli's party has been holding rallies in a number of Georgian regions and in the capital independently of other opposition parties.
Last Sunday Levan Gachechiladze, an opposition leader and Saakashvili's major rival at 2008 presidential election stated that in spite of summertime the opposition would pursue actions calling for Saakashvili's resignation. Saakashvili replicates he "as president is responsible for the country's development and is not going to withdraw until his powers expire in 2013".