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Georgian mass media report disintegration of Noghaideli’s and Burjanadze’s parties2010-03-05 15:00
Georgian pro-governmental TV companies spread messages about disintegration of Nino Burjanadze's and Zurab Noghaideli's parties. The announced reasons are the foreign policy course of both leaders and their visits to Moscow - Georgia Times correspondent .gt-en-newsitem-inside
This morning Georgian TV companies said about quitting of 30 members from Akhmeti department of the Movement for Just Georgia.
The party confirms the quit of just one and highlight he did it under constant pressure and threats of police.
In response Georgian mass media cited to behind-the-scenes sources and say Noghaideli's supporters leave him because of his pro-Russian orientation.
Similar messages have been spreading for two days in regard to Nino Burjanadze's party. TV says that two activists, Roman Kusiani and Zurab Bigvava, intend to leave the Democratic-Movement-United Georgia.
Though neither Burjanadze, nor party press service, nor the two activists themselves confirm it, the TV companies claim they leave because of discord over foreign policy course and the leader's visit to Moscow.