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The alliance of the New Rights and the Republicans supports the idea of Saakashvili’s resignation2009-01-16 18:23
The political alliance of the New Rights party and the Republican party of Georgia support the demands of unconditional resignation of President Saakashvili and snap presidential and parliamentary elections, announced the leaders of the New Rights and the Republicans, David Gamkrelidze and David Usupashvili.gt-en-newsitem-inside
They stated that all that time the opposition parties were conducting wide-range consultations, finished with consensus.
"We agreed that the primary and common demand of the entire opposition range is resignation of President Mikhail Saakashvili, snap presidential and parliamentary elections, establishment of electoral system for just elections", Usupashvili said.
According to Usupashvili, in end January the document, worked out in the result of consultations, will be published, and all opposition forces, worrying about the future of the country, will sign it.
According to David Gamkrelidze, the leader of the New Rights, the alliance paid tribute to the consensus.
In particular, he worked his own out the plan of coping with the crisis. Its main point is the unconditional resignation of Saakashvili, since he is the main cause of the crisis.
Next week the alliance start presentation of the plan and documents implying in particular, amendments to the Constitution and the Electoral Code, overcoming the economic crisis, establishment of the national security concept and other issues.