New Rights in Georgia leave opposition coalition

The New Rights movement in Georgia has left the main opposition. The
opposition has been negotiating a better electoral climate with the
government for the parliamentary polls in 2012, Pirveli reports.

The New Rights has disagreements on the proposed United National
Movement, that ignores the opposition’s initiatives to vote using
biometric documents.

The opposition consists of the former representative to the UN, Irakly
Alasania (Free Democrats), and the leader of the parliament minority,
Georgy Targamidze.