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Georgian opposition to address UN in January2009-11-30 18:27
In early January representatives of Georgian non-parliamentary opposition intend to sign the special address to the UN with a request to conduct elections in Georgia under the aegis of the organisation - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Shalva Natelashvili, the leader of Laborites, it has been the only issue upon which opposition has reached agreement recently. "I conducted the first consultation on the issue in the USA, and consultation with the opposition was the second stage," he said.
Natelashvili is sure that no permission from the authorities of Georgia will be needed to conduct elections under the aegis of the UN.
Previously leaders of Georgian opposition, participated in the today's sitting in the Labour party office, supported the idea.