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Practically all opposition forces signed the address to the UN2009-12-30 16:08
Practically all Geprgian opposition forces signed the address to the UN, asking for monitoring of the coming elections of the local authorities in Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Initiated by Labour Party, it found support with both parliamentary and non-parliamentary opposition. They all agree that there are no corresponding milieu and government's political will to conduct elections in free and transparent setting. Therefore the Georgia opposition requests to hold the coming in may 2010 elections, as well as all elections in the period of the rule of Mikheil Saakashvili, under the aegis of the UN.
The forces who signed: Alliance for Georgia members [New Rights, the Republican Party, Our Georgia -Free Democrats], the Conservative Party, People's Party, Way of Georgia, Women's Party, National Forum, Protect Georgia, Democratic Movement -United Georgia, For United Georgia, For Just Georgia, Kartuli Dasi, Christian-Democratic Movement, Freedom, Industry to Save Georgia, the Whites, a number of other parties, and also independent MPs Tsagareishvili and Kopaliani.
The idea to hold the coming local and further elections under the UN aegis and monitoring belongs to Shalva Natelashvili, the leader of Labour party.