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Labourites to continue fighting Saakashvili in 20112010-12-30 15:23
Leader of the Labourite Party of Georgia Shalva Natelashvili promised that the Labourites will continue fighting Saakashvili in 2011. This was reported by Novosti-Georgia. Besides, they will have to be even more diligent about it next year than they have been in 2010, for the expiring year was characterized as "fruitless" from a standpoint of political fighting.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"From political standpoint, the year of 2010 did not yield much results, so the party will keep fighting for the change of the ruling regime in the coming year of 2011", - Natelashvili stated.
Summing the year up, the party leader stressed that the main achievement was the attention paid to Georgia by the Court of Hague. "The main achievement is that the International Court of Hague started considering the suit filed by the Georgian Labourite Party against President Saakashvili", - Natelashvili underlined. He also mentioned his party's various achievements in social sphere without going into details.
As for the New Year greetings, the Labourites' leader wished the country "unification and well-being".