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Alasania expecting no changes after May 21 protest actions2011-05-19 16:36
One should not expect any shifts in the political situation in Georgia after the protest actions to be held by The People's Representative Assembly on May 21. As was reported by Novosti Georgia, such opinion was voiced on the air of Maestro TV company by former Georgian Ambassador to UN, head of Our Georgia - Free Democrats oppositional party Irakly Alasania.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I don't believe anyone has got any illusions that there will be a revolution in Georgia that will change the power. The arrangers of the May 21 action know it very well, so it's a pity they are dishonest before their people", - Alasania stated.
Let us remind you that the protest action of The People's Assembly is scheduled for May 21 in the Georgian capital. According to the opposition's idea, it must further involve other regions of the country.