It is clear that dialogue to a certain extent means a readiness to concede, – Roman Kakulia, a member of the parliamentary majority, said when commenting about a meeting between the opposition and the authorities on the electoral system, which will be held today.
“In general, when there is a desire for dialogue, it is clear that dialogue to a certain extent means a readiness to concede. Otherwise, this is no longer a dialogue. When there is a willingness to dialogue, both sides should find resources for concessions. Otherwise, negotiations usually end to no avail. I hope that both sides will be guided by this principle, ”- Kakulia said.
When asked whether a party could change its position, Kakulia said: “Do not get ahead of events.”
The second meeting of the representatives of the ruling team and the opposition will be held with the participation of foreign diplomats at the Sheraton Hotel, today at 18:00.