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Defeat at the elections caused the disintegration of the Alliance for Georgia – opinion2010-06-16 17:57
The split of the pro-opposition Alliance for Georgia, headed by Irakli Alasania, the ex-ambassador of Georgia to the UN, is caused by the opposition's defeat at the municipal elections of May 30th, believes Ramaz Sakvarelidze, the political scientist - Kavkazski Uzel.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Possibly, they would start searching for causes of defeat at the elections in each other, and that caused confrontation," he said.
The political scientist noted that "future of all political forces, including Irakli Alasania, will depend on the novelty they'll offer the society."
Viktor Dolidze, the Our Georgia-Free Democrats party member, also believes the decision on quitting the Alliance was made after agreement with other political subjects with other political subjects and after analysis of elections' results.
"Close coordinated relations continue between us. It was a good example of cooperation, both in pre-electoral period and in the course of elections. Now we enter new reality, and work in individual regime will bring more use to the Georgian political range and the party itself," he claimed.