Russian businessman to create centrist party in Georgia
Georgia, Tbilisi, July 21/ Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
Another centrist party will be created on the political scene of Georgia in October by Georgian businessmen working abroad.
Mindia Gulua, a refugee from Abkhazia now living in Russia, is the party initiator. He met with a group of like-minded persons from Georgia and discussed this issue with them in Istanbul last week.
Gulua said the party will bring together people with "clean biographies" and highly professional qualities, whose names are unaffiliated with other political associations. He is going to further continue similar meetings and consultations.
According to one of the meeting participants, film director Levan Anjaparidze, the party will participate in the 2012 parliamentary elections. A well-known international PR company works on the name and logo of the party, which has already completed preparatory work in Georgia.