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Noghaideli and Okruashvili issued a joint statement2010-06-11 10:52
Zurab Noghaideli, the ex-PM, the Movement for Just Georgia, and Irakli Okruashvili, the ex-Minister of Defense, the notorious political emigrant, movement for Just Georgia founder, issued a joint statement with assessment of municipal elections and situation in the state.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Elections held on May 30th again proved that Saakashvili and his regime struggle only for preservation of their domination in this struggle cynically use all resources of our country," the document says - Georgia Times correspondent.
On their assessment, elections showed that uncoordinated opposition cannot really resist the ruling regime, confuses people, spreads nihilism and passivity.
"There's no time to bear and wait as because of the unreasonable actions of the government economy is paralyzed, unemployment and emigration grow, and it drives Georgia to economic catastrophe. And every day of Abkhazians' and Ossetians' alienation distances the prospects of the country reunion."
Therefore the ex-PM and ex-Minister call on all opposition forces to consolidate. The new union must propose the country and society its plan of driving the country out of crisis. Besides, Noghaideli and Okruashvili highlight the organisation must have common structures.
"Only with the union it's possible to stop the disintegration of the country and begin revival. Only in this way the authoritarian and corrupted regime of Saakashvili can be replaced, and democracy and supremacy of law can be reached."