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Saakashvili again rules out early elections in Georgia


TBILISI, May 18 (RIA Novosti) - Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili said again on Monday that there would be no early presidential or parliamentary elections in the country.

"It is unreal today to speak about early elections," he said at a meeting with the pro-presidential parliamentary majority. "Early elections will only contribute to the situation becoming more complicated."

Saakashvili also said again that his current and second presidential term of office would be his last, as required by the Constitution.

Opposition groups, who first took to the streets in Tbilisi on April 9, are calling for Saakashvili to step down over his failure to carry out democratic reforms and last August's disastrous war with Russia.

According to media sources, Saakashvili offered at a recent meeting with opposition figures to cooperate on a variety of constitutional, judicial and election reforms. However, the opposition said the proposals were inadequate and called again for the president's resignation.

Saakashvili was reelected to office in January 2008 early elections.

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