Vepkhvadze: The "Six" should apologize for empty promises
According to Vice Speaker from the opposition parliamentary faction "Christian Democrats" Levan Vepkhvadze, the Georgian opposition "Six", which worked out an alternative draft of the Electoral Code of Georgia, should apologize to their constituents. "Empty promises and illusions give bad results. The voter do not understand the actions of the "Six", and I'm sure that people's attitudes will be reflected in the studies (NDI), and" Six "would have to apologize", "Georgia-News" quoted Vepkhvadze's words.
As the First Vice-Speaker of Parliament Mikhail Machavariani noted, noone have seen the alternative project, which oppositional "Six" promised to work out.
"This "Six" refused to work on the draft of Electoral Code of Georgia due to the fact that their demands were not included in the agreement and they promised to present an alternative document. However, nobody has seen a document they developed", said Machavariani.
Recall, recently became aware of the disintegration of the coalition of six opposition parties of Georgia - the so-called "Six". Some its former members accused the party of former Georgian ambassador to the UN Irakli Alasania "Our Georgia - Free Democrats" of its split.