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Konstantine Gamsakhurdia: The «National Assembly» resembles a gypsy camp2011-05-25 17:27
The «National Assembly» resembles a gypsy camp. As the «GHN» reports, such a remark about oppositionists, who hold the actions of protests nowadays, was made by the leader of the opposition «Freedom» party Konstantin Gamsakhurdia. «I have no time to involve ineffectual actions, and moreover, their movement reminds me a gypsy camp» - said Gamsakhurdia at a press conference in the Parliament.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He added that even in 2009 inconclusive oppositional actions harmed him.
He also noted that in his opinion, the «National Assembly» has no clear plan of action.
Recall, the «National Assembly» began their actions on May 21. Today the protests are entering a new phase and move to the Square of Freedom, where the military parade timed to Independence Day must be held on May 26.