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The Republican Party won’t participate in protest actions2009-10-16 11:05
The pro-opposition Republican Party of Georgia won't participate in protest actions the radical part of the opposition intends to start in November.gt-en-newsitem-inside
David Usupashvili, the leader of the Republicans, wished them success, and reminded his party is the part of the Alliance for Georgia, which sticks to other methods of struggle.
"Our Alliance has own way, but perhaps, our ways will cross at some moment", Usupashvili mentioned.
The alliance for Georgia actively rallied in April 2009, but was one of the first to claim ready to negotiate with the authorities and protest against such methods as blocking roads and installing rows of mock prison cells. The Alliance includes the Republicans, the New Rights and Our Georgia-Free Democrats.
The intention to start the new wave of protest voiced Eka Beselia, For United Georgia movement Secretary General. According to her data, Democratic Movement-United Georgia, the Way of Georgia, and the Conservative Party will participate. Beselia called on opposition colleagues to join.