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Alasania demands urgent sitting of the Security Council2010-01-22 17:06
Irakli Alasania, the Alliance of Georgia leader, demands to call an urgent expanded sitting of the Security Council.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At today's press conference he said it's needed to let community receive comprehensive information about the participation of the Georgian side in presidential election in Ukraine.
"The more time passes, the more questions the society has about what really happened in Ukraine, in what form this rude meddling in domestic affairs of a friendly state was planned and conducted," Alasania said.
In his view, opposition has all the grounds to demand Mikheil Saakashvili to call an urgent expanded sitting of the Security Council and receive answers to the questions about people who planned this risky political gambling and agencies that participated in it.
In case the sitting is called, Alasania intends to raise an issue about bringing to responsibility a number of officials.
"The topicality of the issue and the damage which can be made to exterior and national interests of the state, demand urgent response," the opposition member said.
He added that Victor Dolidze, the executive secretary of Our Georgia-Free Democrats, has already sent the demand to call a sitting to Ekaterina Tkeshelashvili, the Security Council secretary.