Opposition undecided what to do after ruling party pulls out of EU-mediated agreement

The opposition parties say that through leaving the EU-medited agreement the ruling party betrayed the country’s western course. Photo: Nino Alavidze/Agenda.ge.

Agenda.ge, 29 Jul 2021 - 14:05, Tbilisi,Georgia

Opposition parties are undecided what to do after the ruling Georgian Dream party left the EU-mediated agreement yesterday - a document signed by the majority of Georgian political parties back in April 2021 which resolved a six-month political crisis. 

The opposition is unanimous in its statements that the ruling party ‘acted in a very irresponsible way and betrayed the country’s western course.’ However, they believe that ‘hasty decisions made by the opposition ‘may further damage the state interests.’ 

It may be a logical step by opposition MPs to give up their mandates. However, the decision has its minuses and we must act reasonably and wait for the country’s international partners,” independent MP Salome Samadashvili said.