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Georgian opposition refuses to dialog with authorities2009-04-02 11:00
Georgia opposition declined the dialog with the authorities, proposed by the parliamentary majority leaders and believes that it is just the imitation of readiness for dialog from the side of the government.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The non-parliamentary opposition range parties adopted one more joint statement, in which underlined that the proposals of the parliamentary majority are inadequate in the situation when the country faces a hard political crisis, and the mistrust of society to the authorities reached its pinnacle.
It is another attempt to imitate readiness for a dialog, aimed to delude the world community and draw the attention from the real problems, the statement claims.
The opposition members underline that in the course of the nation-wide plebiscite conducted by the Alliance for Georgia the people of Georgiaexpressed its will to call early presidential elections, and at the April 9th action citizens will give the government the response to all its proposals.
The authors of the statement claim ready to dialog with Mikheil Saakashvili personally and on the issue of peaceful and constitutional change of power only.
The statement was signed by Irakli Alasania (the Alliance for Georgia), Nino Burjanadze (Democratic Movement - United Georgia), Eka Beselia (For United Georgia), David Usupashvili (the Republican party), Salome Zurabishvili (the Way of Georgia), Zviad Dzidziguri (the Conservative party), Koba Davitashvili (the People's Party) and Levan Gachechiladze.
Today Dimitri Sahshkin, the Minister for Penitentiary, Probation and Legal Assistance, officially responsible for conducting dialog with political opponents of the government, must hold a meeting with opposition leaders. The most part of the opposition forces refuses to dialog; parliamentary opposition members Georgi Tsagareishvili and Jondi Bagaturia will also abstain from the meeting.