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Georgian ex-PM creates new party

Politics Materials 15 January 2011 10:39
Georgian former Prime Minister Zurab Noghaideli, who was dismissed from the post of the For Fair Georgia Movement Chairman upon the party congress’s decision, does not intends to complain to the Justice Ministry over an unlawful decision. He is going to establish a new political party.
Georgian ex-PM creates new party

Georgia, Tbilisi, Jan. 15 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /

Georgian former Prime Minister Zurab Noghaideli, who was dismissed from the post of the For Fair Georgia Movement Chairman upon the party congress's decision, does not intends to complain to the Justice Ministry over an unlawful decision. He is going to establish a new political party.

At the press briefing Noghaideli said his new movement will be "old content" because, it will again be presented by its adherents and its aim will be to change the existing power.

"The Justice Ministry has legalized the illegal congress organized by Interior Minister Vano Merabishvili and Justice Minister Zurab Adeishvili. This does not occur even in Burma, which recognizes the dictatorship. I do not intend to wear the mantle of the victim and start complaining to the Georgian people. I am not going to complain about Adeishvili to Adeishvili. I will create a new political party or movement, which aims to shift power and problems of the Georgian people," he said noting that the withdrawal of his party by the authorities possibly indicates that elections will be held in Georgia soon.

The Justice Ministry upheld the decision of the Extraordinary Congress of the For Fair Georgia Movement, according to which Noghaideli was dismissed from his post as the chairman.

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