Alasania: Opposition "six" exists no longer
Today, Georgian opposition leader "Free Democrats" Irakli Alsaniya made a statement that Georgia's "opposition six" exists no longer. As the GHN reported, according to Alasania, one of the reasons for collapse of the "six" was the lack of agreement on the members' exit into the regions.
Throughout the summer, "Free Democrats" went to the regions to explain the voters real situation in the country with elections. However, Alasania noted with regret, other members of the "six" did not share Democrats' enthusiasm.
"I have always offered the "six" to do it together, and to explain together why the unity of civil and political forces should become its basis. On the side of our partners, there was no enthusiasm for so many of our proposals. Therefore, during months in fact discussions and consultations took place, but it was difficult to make concrete steps. I called our partners and we evaluated current situation and I took decision and informed them that there's no sense to continue the "six" in a similar form, "- said Alasania.
Recall, this summer, two Georgian opposition parties, which were earlier included into so-called "The Eight - "New Rights" and the CDM - decided to take initiative of authorities to change electoral environment, and later came out of the "eight". Six parties remaining in the union issued an ambitious plan to mobilize one million voters for parliamentary elections.