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Georgian opposition has no recipies to topple government2010-06-21 11:10
The present-day government of Georgia not only fails solve the existing problems, but itself became an obstacle in the way of the country's development, said ex-PM Zurab Noghaideli - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Together with Levan Gachechiladze, the Protect Georgia movement leader, Noghaideli held consultations with Irakli Okruashvili, the ex-Minister of Defense. The main topic were opposition's actions after the lost municipal elections.
At the meeting they discussed issues of establishing an opposition union and ways to drive the country out of crisis and unite it. According to Noghaideli, at the present day there are no ready-made political recipies to do it, but, in his opinion, that's even good.
The new union Noghaideli-Okruashvili-Gachechiladze intend to form mustn't be a union of 2-3 or even 4-5 parties, and no haste needed here.
"We continue discussing what the new political union must be, on what principles it must be based. There must be no drawbacks: we saw pretty well what results this formula brought. Therefore everyone willing to participate in the processes will have such an opportunity," Noghaideli said.
At the present moment he doesn't name politicians to participate in the new movement, and highlights they themselves will soon announce it.
Initiators of opposition unification think no haste is needed, and intend to plan more time foe preparatory work, as spontaneous actions turned out to be futile.