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Kakha Kaladze: No matter what platforms they create, unite, dissolve, Georgian Dream has a real chance to gain a constitutional majority in the parliamentary elections

08.07.24 13:50


No matter what platforms they create, unite, dissolve, Georgian Dream has a real chance to gain a constitutional majority in the parliamentary elections, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze told journalists.

 

According to him, the possible unification of the opposition does not matter, because "radicalism and radicals will always be doomed to failure."

 

"Actually, this is one group and they have one owner. They may appear under different names today, but this is not essential, just as their union is not important. Radicalism and radicals will always be doomed to failure. Since 2012, these people have been shaking our country. They try everything to bring bad things, controversy, division of society - such actions are always doomed to failure.

 

It does not matter where these particular people will be, how they will be. And the parties, some of them with new names, have an attempt to mislead the public, as if they are new political faces, although they are just forgotten old faces. Who are these people? - All National Movement are radicals. The Natio­nal Movement was not only Mikheil Saakashvili, it consisted of exactly those people who made us remember themselves by their dirty actions. Let's remember Gvaramia, Melia, Bokeria, etc. The list is long. Society is well aware of everything. No matter what platforms they create, unite, dissolve, Georgian Dre­am has a real chance to win a constitutional majority in the parliamentary elections.

 

This is an attempt to deliberately mislead the public. It doesn't matter that these specific parties will appear in the elections separately, they will unite or be on a single platform, when you are a harmful, radical, the society will always respond accordingly," said Kaladze.

 

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