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Burjanadze isn't surprised about Alliance for Georgia disintegration2010-06-16 17:55
According to Nino Burjanadze, the Democratic Movement-United Georgia movement, isn't surprised about the fact of Alliance for Georgia disintegration - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"For me the information on disintegration of the Alliance isn't unexpected, - she noted. - I'd like to mention that in the course of that time, consciously or unconsciously, the alliance was doing the business of government, and in some degree was included in the scheme created by authorities," she said.
She also noted that a few days ago Alliance representatives claimed the intention to be leaders of opposition. "If three days ago they didn't know the Alliance would disintegrate, it's another problem. But if they knew - it's a deceit of population," Burjanadze concluded.
Today the pro-opposition Alliance for Georgia, headed by Irakli Alasania, the ex-ambassador to the UN, ceased to be as one union.
According to Alasania, the parties, comprising it, are shifting to the new level of relations - Trend.
He added that organisations, comprising the Alliance, "were together for one year, and this year was very interesting, including in the aspect of gaining experience."
Yet he mentioned that the previous form of their relations is ruled out.
Coordination between the parties will be preserved, but interaction won't be of previous character.
"We will work on reinforcing our parties, and will concentrate our efforts in this direction," Alasania stated.
Touching upon the next elections, he said that each of the parties, previously included in the Alliance, will make own decision on participation. The Alliance for Georgia used to include: Free Democrats [by Irakli Alasania], the Republican party [headed by David Usupashvili], New Rights' party [lead by David Gamkrelidze], and Way of Georgia [by Salome Zourabishvili].