The first vice-speaker of the parliament, Gia Volski, believes most of the opposition parties are not interested in the parliamentary elections but in having a revolutionary regime and carrying out destructive actions.
Gia Volski made this comment in response to an idea to have upcoming local elections as a plebiscite and appoint snap elections if the opposition wins.
“Linking early elections to the results of self-government elections is not a lawfully founded proposal,” MP said and added that the commission of inquiry is to decide on holding early elections.
Volski believes that internal consultations in the opposition do not make sense, as political groups have different aspirations. He added that the current opposition has been insulting each other from different platforms at different times.
“What unites these political entities is the development of destructive processes to get some political dividend in the turbulent water,” Volski said.
Part of the opposition is staging demarche ahead of the fifth round, but we are not in the mood to abolish their parliamentary seats.
“Everyone has an opportunity to serve their country. We will not block anyone’s way to the parliament,” Gia Volski told reporters.
According to the MP, negotiations between the government and the opposition serve the interests of the country.