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Opposition didn’t support Saakashvili’s initiative to call local authorities elections2009-07-21 15:36
Non-parliamentary opposition feels no enthusiasm about the President's initiative to call local elections on may 30th 2010, and stated it doesn't intend to support it.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Eka Beselia, For United Georgia leader said opposition won't participate in them.
"The elections to bodies of local governance that will be called in a year, mean nothing to us - we demand immediate parliamentary and presidential elections", Beselia said - Novosti-Gruzia.
In his turn, Kakha Kukava, one of the Conservative party leaders, said that participation of non-parliamentary opposition in these elections cannot be considered, as much can change before next spring.
He added the elections must be preceded by release of political prisoners and return of Imedi to its legal owners.
According to Salome Zourabishvili, the Way of Georgia party leader, local governance elections won't help to stabilize the situation in the country and won't drive it out of crisis. She's convinced that snap parliamentary and presidential elections are needed.