|Representatives of ruling party comment on opposition’s decision|
|May 24, 2008|
May 24, 2008
Goka Gabashvili, member of the National Movement, claimed the decision indicated on the low political culture of the opposition. He said the opposition would break hopes of their 320 thousand voters if it refused to defend their interests.
The United Opposition decided not to enter the parliament. Leaders of the National Council stated in front of the Parliament on May 23 evening. The United Opposition arrived at the mentioned decision after several-hour consultations at their electoral headquarters. Levan Gachechiladze, the United Opposition leader said this would be an example of struggle and endurance.
The Labor Party has already joined the decision, while the Christian-Democratic Movement party has abstained for the time being.
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