Ruling Georgian Dream MP Anri Okhanashvili Monday said, “we must work daily to cut the polarization.”
The parliamentarian pledged that the ruling team would cooperate with the opposition to fulfil the 12 points outlined by the European Council that could pave Georgia’s path to EU candidate status if met.
The ruling team, according to Okhanashvili, is not on the side of radicalization and polarization, but parties that are eschewing participation in working groups.
“Those political groups that do not participate in working groups are a clear example of being on the side of radicalization and polarization. These are the United National Movement, Lelo and Strategy Agmashenebeli,” Okhanashvili stated.