United National Movement (UNM) opposition party has decided to enter the Georgian Parliament.
UNM leader Nika Melia informed the society of the decision after the party meeting on Sunday.
Despite entering the Parliament, the party rebuffs to sign the EU-brokered compromise paper.
“People are waiting for the victory,” Melia underscored. “We have made the right decision for now. Bidzina Ivanishvili’s oligarchic regime should be defeated this year in the name of the Georgian people. Everything depends on us,” he said.
The ruling party and the part of the opposition signed the EU-mediated agreement following the six-month political stalemate following the 2020 parliamentary elections.
Although some of the political parties entered the parliament after signing the agreement paper European Georgia and Labour party reject to do so.