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Alasania Rules Out Alliance with UNM
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 5 Nov.'14 / 22:46

Irakli Alasania, ex-defense minister and leader of the Free Democrats, said on November 5 that his party, which has quit the ruling Georgian Dream coalition, “can in no way be in political alliance” with former ruling and now opposition UNM party.

“We have fundamental differences over many issues, including about that situation in which the country was under their [UNM] rule,” Alasania said.

He also said the Free Democrats see possibility for cooperation with like-minded, liberal Republican Party, which remains within the Georgian Dream ruling coalition.

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