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Sunday, October 23, 2016

In Ukraine announced the creation of the party for Saakashvili

Former Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine David Sakvarelidze announced the creation of a new party, one of the main figures which should become the Governor of Odessa region Mikhail Saakashvili.

photo: Alexander Astafyev

According to Sakvarelidze, who was one of the key members of Saakashvili in Georgia and carried out the reform of the law enforcement system of the country, the new Ukrainian party will be “the first political force” unrelated to the oligarchs nor to the President.

The party, it clarifies the “Interfax”, will not be “a temporary political project doomed to fail and hinder the development of the state.”

To create a new political force will be based in particular on advocating for the fight against corruption “Movement for the purification of Mikheil Saakashvili — “the best part”, according to Sakvarelidze. The very “Movement” is a non-partisan force which does not participate in the elections and parliamentary struggle.

Ex-Deputy Prosecutor General also added that, in addition to the “ideologue and driver” the new party in the person of Saakashvili, it could include a journalist and Deputy Mustafa Nayem, and also the Deputy of Parliament Sergey Leshchenko.

Another innovation will be fully transparent funding and with the possibility of a return of “toxic” money received from “oligarchs tarnished reputation”.

Recall now that Mikheil Saakashvili has to act “on two fronts”: on the one hand, he demonstrates commitment to the upcoming parliamentary elections in Georgia, where his party “United national movement” has a chance to get a majority in Parliament, with another — does not intend to abandon the career of Ukrainian politics, but for this he needs a proper political force on which he, with the Prime Minister’s or presidential ambitions, could in the future be based in the Parliament.

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