Leader of Christian-Democrats hears nothing new in President’s speech but leader of Powerful Georgia urges not to help Russia

Politics Materials 12 February 2009 22:44 (UTC +04:00)

Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb. 12/ Trend N. Kirtzkhlia/

There was nothing new in speech of President of Georgia for Georgi Targamadze, representative of Parliamentary opposition from Christian-Democrats.

"There was nothing new except one or two events and initiatives voiced by President," Targamadze said estimating President's speech. In this regard, MP addressed with initiative to announce 10 minute break instead of 30 minute.

Giya Tortladza leader of another opposition fraction Powerful Georgia called upon opposition parties not to help Russia introduce Georgia as an aggressor. "The aggressor does not have any support. It is silly to ask who fired first if our territory was occupied," he said. 

Tortladze called for creating analytic center to set off grave arguments against Russian propaganda. He also called Prosecutor's Office to file a criminal case against Eduard Kokoity and Sergey Bagapsh, as well as to institute proceeding for genocide of population.

"It is necessary to investigate them via Interpol," he said. Tortladze considers unfair court and situation in prisons in which "people live very badly" as principal problems in domestic policy.

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