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Georgian opposition will return to permanent protest actions only “if needed”2009-09-04 12:05
Georgian opposition made a decision to renounce permanent protest actions - the Vzglyad. The detailed plans of opposition on continuation the struggle with Saakashvili regime will be announced next week, said Kakha Kukava, one of the Conservative Party leaders.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At the same time, opposition members don't intend to renounce all protest events. According to Kukava, these will be staged if needed. However, he believes that the primary task is to release political prisoners. According to Kukava's data, there are over 80 of them in the country.
Part of the radical opposition is supposed to unite and will perhaps present Levan Gachechiladze, the ex-presidentail candidate, as a candidate for Tbilisi mayor elections [May 30th 2010] .
On the other hand, as Georgia Times previously reported, Mamuka Katsitadze, the new Rights Party [part of Alliance for Georgia] leader, said that Irakli Alasania, the pro-opposition Alliance for Georgia leader, would run for Tbilisi Mayor in first direct elections. He couldn't rule out support of other opposition forces to Alasania.
Katsitadze added that primaries among various opposition leaders to define their rating for Mayor's elections would be quite possible.