Okruashvili left own party
Irakli Okruashvili, one of the Georgian opposition leaders, quit "Movement for United Georgia", the party he, actually, headed.
He announced his decision to the chief committee of the organisation - RosBalt. No official messages on the reason have appeared yet, but it can be connected with establishment of a new political union.
Previous messages reported of Okruashvili's negotiations with representatives of the Georgian opposition.
"Protect Georgia" leader Levan Gachechildze, ex-ombudsman Sozar Subari, ex-ambassador of Georgia to Russia and founder of Russtavi-2 TV company Erosi Kitsmarishvili, and Koka Guntsadze, one of the Protect Georgia founders, participated in the negotiations, held in end September.
According to Guntsadze, at the meeting political processes in Georgia were discussed.
"As for establishment of a new political union, many Georgian mass media write about, there are several versions in this direction, but nothing specific is decided upon", Guntsadze said.