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Zourabishvili won’t add votes to Alliance for Georgia – opinion2010-04-09 18:31
In the view of Soso Tsintsadze, the Georgian political scientist, the unification of Salome Zourabishvili's party with the Alliance for Georgia won't bring the union votes - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The fact of the unification of the Way of Georgia and the Alliance for Georgia is positive, and the more political forces unite the better, - Tsitsadze believes. - Yet this step won't play a crucial role for the Alliance. I don't think in the course of elections the Way of Georgia will bring the Alliance enough votes to win the elections."
He also highlighted the merge won't find positive response with all the Way of Georgia supporters. He explained the party is supported by a "specific electorate" - mostly middle-aged women. "Considering from that I doubt from their side there would be a mass support of Zourabishvili's party joining the Alliance."
The expert added the cooperation would last for several months and would cease after elections.
Salome Zourabishvili's Way of Georgia party joined the pro-opposition Alliance for Georgia. "Our world-views coincide, and suggestions on all the issues are absolutely the same," she noted.
Irakli Alasania, in his turn, highlighted the opposition union was reinforced. "Zourabishvili is the leader of the party bonded to the Alliance in many ways, including the idea to shift power only via elections," he said.