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National Forum dissociated itself from opposition2010-02-25 14:45
National Forum doesn't intend to unite with non-parliamentary opposition in May electyions of local authorities.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In the view of the party leader Kakhaber Shartava, presenting one pro-opposition candidate is impossible.
"Everything has its borders, and these borders were violated by the opposition which decided to present the one "mythical" candidate to the local elections," he said -Novosti-Gruzia.
"I hail the society's decision to unite opposition, but from the side of political subjects the presentation of the issue looks more like blackmailing the society with the idea , rather than real demand of unity," Shartava said.
He highlighted the local elections must not depend on somebody's "pro-interests" and must bed determined by exclusively national interests of the country.
Previously four pro-opposition parties [Conservative; People's Party; Movement for Just Georgia; Our Georgia-Free Democrats] united to hold primaries or surveys and determine the one candidate.
Some other parties claimed inadmissible uniting with Movement for Just Georgia [Zurab Noghaideli's party], some consider participation in elections meaningless.