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Georgian opposition regrouping forces2010-06-03 12:36
After defeat at the May 30th municipal elections Georgian opposition started regrouping forces.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The approximation of positions of three "irreconcilable opposition "parties can lead to their unification, the VZGLYAD reports citing to Georgian mass media. These three parties are the ones headed by ex-Speaker Nino Burjanadze; ex-presidential candidate Levan Gachechiladze; and ex-Minister of Defense, Internal Affairs, and Economic Development Irakli Okruashvili.
Georgi Khaindrava, the ex-state Minister for settling conflicts, now an opposition member, said in case this merge occurs, Nino Burjanadze should be supported as presidential candidate - Palitra radio.
People's Forum, another non-participant of municipal elections, also started negotiations with opposition.
Meanwhile some well-known politicians, calling for more radicalism. left the Alliance for Georgia by ex-ambassador to the UN Irakli Alasania.
Among them: ex-ombudsman Sozar Subari and ex- sate security chief Irakli Batiashvili.
Next parliamentary elections in Georgia must be held in 2012, presidential - in 2013.