AKHALKALAK (A-Info)– During its March 24 general session–the Council of Armenian non-governmental organizations (NGO) of Javakhk adopted a statement in support of the National Movement party in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Their support lies in the bloc’s "practical approach to carrying out reforms in the country," reads the statement–stating that the number of Armenian candidates running on the party’s ballot was also a consideration.
The council stresses the significance of the May 28 elections in deciding the future of the country. With an interest in the establishment of stability in Georgia–the council expressed readiness to contribute to the holding of fair elections–concluding that "constitutional reforms and the establishment of democratic values will give an opportunity to resolve the problems of the population of Javakhk."
Formed by Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili–the National Movement was the opposition party during the Shevardnadze administration.