“The ideas which I have been fighting for can be realized outside the party easier than within the party. There is more freedom outside the party and more opportunities for closer relations with the civil sector,” Beka Natsvlishvili said.
The former member of our Alliance Georgia-Solidarity denies any conflicts or ideological divisions with the former members of the party. He also ruled the possibility of joining any other party.
“I am leaving the party but I will continue to struggle for social justice and equality, including for minimum wages, worthy labor conditions, progressive taxes, state accommodations policy and fair energy policy.”