National Union for Education Joins Opposition Demonstration
The National Union for education blames Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili for abolishing a national agreement declaretion that was signed by him back on 26 Januarry 2004
As Davit Arabidze, the secretary of the National Union for Education, states the six paragraph of the national agreement declaretion were abolished by Mikheil Saakashvili, following from this fact it is not surprise that Georgian citizens do not civil political rights and they have not the opportunity to realise representative democratic principles.
Davit Arabidze says that no parliamentary elections were held in the country.
The National Union for education will take part in the demonstration that will be held on 10 June by the United Opposition and they share their demands with the opposition.
Source: Media News
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