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Dzidziguri: events can develop in the worst case scenario on May 252011-05-24 15:07
The events of 25 May in Tbilisi «can develop on the worst case scenario» and «lead to bloodshed». As the «Georgia-News» reports, such a concern was voiced by one of the leaders of georgian conservatives Zviad Dzidziguri.gt-en-newsitem-inside
«Georgia is on the verge of bloodshed and it can happen», - said Dzidziguri.
«I am very afraid of May 25, I fear, lest there be bloodshed. Today, no one can tell what will happen tomorrow» - said Dzidziguri.
According to him, the entire responsibility for the further development of the situation in the country will fall on the country's authorities. It is nessesary to start political consultations on the holding of fair elections in the country, he said. It will relieve the tensions.
«I urge the authorities to take a political decision at the conduct of fair elections, where either Nino Burjanadze and Irakli Okruashvili will participate. The government must maintain stability and to make concessions for this» - said Dzidziguri.
Recall, the «Conservative Party» of Georgia is part of the so-called «Oppositional Eight», which works to improve the electoral environment in the country. The «Conservative Party» is not involved in the actions of the «National Assembly».
May 25 The National Assembly has appointed a protest action in the centre of Tbilisi. On the same day radical «Georgian Party» plans the rally of «Day of Wrath».
Georgia celebrates Independence Day on May 26.