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Opposition criticized Saakashvili’s speech in the Parliament2009-07-21 16:39
The speech Mikheil Saakashvili made in the course of parliamentary debated last night received ambiguous assessment of experts and opposition politicians. The president himself is content with the speech, as believes that new political and parliamentary culture was established in Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Diplomatic corps also assessed it positively.
At the same time Mamuka Katsitadze, one of the New Rights opposition party leaders, criticized it harshly: "The President's proposal he made to opposition, cannot be taken seriously".
"It was a striking manifestation of idiocy, and not only in one part, but in general. The Minister of Healthcare of Georgia must keep alert, as the first person of the state just went insane", Katsitadze said.
Salome Zourabishvili, the Way of Georgia leader said she expected the presentation of specific proposals. "We thought Saakashvili still has some resource, but his presentation brought nothing new", she said - the Vzglyad.
Zviad Dzidziguri, the Conservative Party leader, in his turn accused the authorities and the parliamentary opposition in collusion.
"Each of the opposition members in the parliament condemned our struggle and our actions, and it was the main collusion of the authorities and opposition in the Parliament," he said.