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Georgian opposition promised to resume protest actions in fall2009-07-29 14:37
"Neither authorities nor opposition" won the first round of the political struggle, and new protest actions will begin in fall, said Kakha Kukava, one of the Conservative party leaders - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Opposition protest actions will be resumed in September, and their form will definitely change," Kukava said. "These must be better organized, more disciplined actions".
"Since mid August opposition organizations start consultations on possible establishment of the one bloc". "For success of the political struggle opposition must be united", Kukava said.
At the same time, President Saakashvili repeatedly claims he has no intention to leave before 2013, believes that opposition cannot make him resign, and expresses hope that sooner or later opposition leaders "will understand inefficiency of their demands and start real dialog with the authorities".