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Ex-member of the Alliance for Georgia accuses its leaders2010-06-04 16:25
Koka Guntsdze, the ex-member of Alliance for Georgia, charged his ex-supporters - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At today's press conference in Protect Georgia movement office the union, being a part of which, he struggled for shift of power in the country, in fact didn't struggle for victory and implemented plans of guaranteed defeat.
According to the opposition member, opposition could defeat Saakashvili regime only via consolidation and nominating one candidates, but it failed to do it. Alliance for Georgia was the first not to struggle for unity of opposition.
Previously Guntsadze was one of the active members of For Free Georgia, ex-Minister of Defense Irakli Okruashvili's party, and before had been a member of New Rights movement.
Before Guntsadze ex-ombudsman Sozar Subari left the Alliance for Georgia. He explained he did it as the union hadn't really struggled for victory.