Mikheil Daushvili: Whether they call it "Akhali” (New) or something else, for me they are the National Movement - we will not have any type of union or coalition with any political party for electoral purposes

For us, this is one of the directions of the National Movement [the Akhali party], Mikheil Daushvili, a deputy of the For Georgia party, said, thus responding to the union of Nika Gvaramia and Nika Melia.

According to Daushvili, for the 2024 elections, the For Georgia party is not going to form any type of union or coalition with any political party, including the Akhali party.

"For us, this is one of the directions of the National Movement [the Akhali party]. Are you telling me about Melia that he is new? Melia, who organized the storming of the parliament a few years ago and was one of the indigenous members of the National Movement. Therefore, whether they call it "Akhali” (New) or something else, it is not essential, for me they are the National Movement. Regarding cooperation, our position is very clear and unchanging, in the context of the 2024 elections, we simply will not have any type of union or coalition with any political party for electoral purposes, among them, of course, with Gvaramia-Melia", said Mikheil Daushvili.

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