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Nestan Kirtadze to run for the president of Georgia2013-05-14 11:32
Georgian politician, president of the "EU-Georgian-Abkhazian-Ossetian international movement for peace, democracy and development" (ESGAO), Professor Nestan Kirtadze intends to participate in the presidential election in Georgia in October 2013 as an independent candidate, the News-Georgia reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At a press conference on Monday, Kirtadze stated that she decided to take part in the election after nomination of a candidate from the "Georgian Dream." She stressed that she did not support the candidacy of the ruling coalition.
Former International Secretary of the Labour Party Nestan Kirtadze left the party in October 2011, and established a new non-governmental organization "Georgian-Abkhazian and Georgian-Ossetian House," and in late 2012, she became president of ESGAO.
Recall, Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili has named the presidential candidate from the ruling coalition "Georgian Dream". Ivanishvili stated that George Margvelashvili, currently holding the posts of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education, would run for the presidency in the upcoming election.
Presidential election in Georgia is scheduled for October this year.