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Tsagareishvili returns to Parliament2009-08-12 10:01
Giya Tsagareishvili, the Georgian MP, intends to break to boycott and return to participation in plenary sittings of the Parliament to be resumed in autumn, he said yesterday - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He explained that struggle always has sense, and he intended to continue his one in more active form.
Tsagareishvili said nothing about his plans for the future, as "society will learn everything in its time". He added he supports relations with such opposition members as Gachechiladze and Alasania.
"I will always be there where I can do good for my country. I have followed this principle before and will continue I the same way", he added.
In April Tsagareishvili left Strong Georgia fraction and parliamentary minority, and joined nation-wide protest movement. That times he believed the future of the country would be determined in the Rustaveli Avenue. He called on his colleague MPs to follow his suit, but no-one did.