Mamuka Mdinaradze, Chairman of the Georgian Dream party, stated at a briefing in Parliament that the ruling party had taken some steps to resolve the political crisis in the country, and now it is time for the opposition to make some decisions.
“Georgian Dream” expects the opposition to make a proposal and offer a compromise. Mdinaradze notes that if negotiations with the opposition fail, they will again try to reach an agreement through foreign ambassadors. Mdinaradze says he does not see any compromise from the opposition side, and as for the plebiscite, it was put forward only by the opposition for formality.
We are going to hold an extraordinary election if we see a one percent error in the election results, but in case of any rational, pragmatic, compromise proposal, we are sure we will reach an agreement. They have not offered such a proposal yet. Make a pragmatic and state decision, within the framework of which we will be able to reach an agreement. It should be in the near future. We are waiting for a few days,” Mdinaradze said.
By Ketevan Skhirtladze