The Georgian opposition is convinced that the biggest obstacle to the country’s path to Europe is the founder of the Georgian Dream party, billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili.
In Georgia The opposition issued an ultimatum to the country’s leadership and gave it a week to comply.
If the claim says so judge Georgian Dream Party Prime Minister If Irakli Garibashvili does not resign within a week, the opposition will set up a tent camp in the center of Tbilisi and start rallies on July 3.
Oppositionnational calls for a “government of peace.”
This was announced at the next opposition rally in front of the Georgian parliament on June 24.
Interfax news agency reported that the rally was crowded news gives.
Shota Digmelashvili, the leader of the non-governmental organization Sirtskhviliya (Shame), said that the government had thwarted the “European integration process” and as a result European Union was not given the status of a candidate for membership.
Not politicians, but professionals
The Georgian opposition is convinced that the biggest obstacle to the country’s path to Europe is billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili, the founder of the Georgian Dream party.
In this regard, the next rally demanded the oligarchs of Georgia political-It is reported that there will be alienation from public life.
The opposition believes that “national The “government of peace” should include professionals, not politicians, this is a technical government Europe All the requirements of the Union execution and make the country extraordinary parliament should prepare for the election.
On June 24 Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said that his government Europe It will fulfill all the requirements of the Union.
But he is past president Mikheil Saakashvili, as well as media manager Nika Gvaramiya from prison free He did not say whether it would be done.
On June 23 European Union Ukraine and gave Moldova the status of a candidate for membership in the bloc.
The EU said that such a status could be given to Georgia after Tbilisi takes certain steps.
June 24 rally in Tbilisi