Ex-GD MPs: 'Radical opposition' lacks resources to map out revolution now or in December. Opposition cannot trigger unrest
Ex-GD MPs: 'Radical opposition' lacks resources to map out revolution now or in December. Opposition cannot trigger unrest

Former Georgian Dream (GD) lawmakers Dimitri Khundadze, Mikheil Kavelashvili, and Sozar Subari Monday echoed the GD’s fresh plan to meet 12 recommendations outlined by the European Commission (EC) for Georgia to receive EU candidate status later this year.

As the government’s plan unveiled detailed moves to bring off the reforms, the linked opposition and the NGOs deemed it unacceptable, uttering not to partake in its execution, the MPs asserted.

As ex-GD legislators point out, the opposition longs for Georgia’s EU candidate status to be rejected as it is their only chance to “flush out” the country and “drag it into war.”

Resting on the “radical opposition’s” initial reactions following the said plan, the MPs think “no matter what the government does in fulfilling the 12-point plan, no one will appreciate this effort.”

“Despite our well-founded scepticism, we believe the government should do everything possible to carry out the very plan.

The radical opposition has no resources to map out a revolution now and in December either. These people will not be able to trigger unrest and drag the country into the war,” the MPs stated.

Last Friday, the ruling party unveiled an action plan for fulfilling the EC’s 12-point conditions for granting Georgia the European Union membership candidate status later this year.

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