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Radical opposition won’t be back to the Parliament2009-08-03 10:34
Georgian non-parliamentary opposition again claimed the parliamentary elections of 2008 were rigged, and "the present-day parliament is illegitimate and doesn't enact the will of the Georgian people" - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In its statement opposition confirmed its refuse from mandate "proposed" by Saakashvili and expressed the desire to stop all the insinuations.
At the same time radicals expressed readiness to start negotiations on the issues that stirred protest among the population: early elections, freedom of speech, freedom to political prisoners.
The statement was signed by David Gamkrelidze, Levan Gachechiladze, Kakha Shartava, Zviad Dzidziguri, Eka Beselia, Koba Davitashvili.
Mikheil Saakashvili proposed radical opposition members to return to the parliament in June, but none has agreed so far. MPs will be able to restore their mandates in case they submit an application before January 1st 2010.