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Part of Georgian opposition is going to separate2008-11-17 17:27
Part of Georgian opposition refuses to unite mechanically and is going to establish an alliance, based on similarity or unanimity of their views and methods, reported Rustavi 2 alluding to representatives of The New Rights party.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The New Rights party confirms that they holding consultations with a number of political forces in order to establish a true, but not only formal association.
Such consultations were held on November, 11th -13th , between the leaders of the New Rights party and the Republican party of Georgia, and talks with other political structures, close to their views and political methods, are ahead.
As for the consolidation of opposition, announced before, representatives of the New Rights party and the Republicans believe that this unification cannot be fruitful, and the parliamentary election of May, 21st , demonstrated it.
The Republicans and the ‘Rights" claim that both parties have practically the same management plans to cope with crisis the country faced after the war in August. Moreover, unanimity in some principle political issues was revealed during the consultations.
The Conservative party of Georgia initiates a meeting of United opposition in December, but neither Republicans nor the "Rights" are going to participate in it.