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Tbilisi. Georgian laborists affirm again that leader of the political coalition Georgian Dream Bidzina Ivanishvili and new Prime Minister of the country Ivane (Vano) Merabishvili plan to form a coalition government after the parliamentary elections in October 2012.
According to the Labor Party's executive secretary Paata Jibladze, last statements of the businessman and the premier confirm once again that a principal agreement on the coalition cabinet formation has been reached. "The criminal oligarch and the criminal power plan to set up a coalition and Ivanishvili- Merabishvili mutual praiseful curtseys reiterate it", one of the laborists' leaders stated at the pres- conference on Thursday, July 12.
According to Jibladze, the Labor Party will do everything possible to prevent new "Roses Revolution" and calls on the population not to yield to next shady undertaking.
The other day, Merabishvili stated on air of Maestro TV Company that he was not acquainted with Ivanishvili as a politician and the oppositional leader.
"I know him very well as a person, who was engaged in charity activity for many years. And what is ore, I often met with him and assisted him to make his charity activity more effective", Merabishvil said.
The premier noted that from the political point of view he could estimate only people from Ivanishvili's encirclement as he knew them very well for many years.
In turn, Bidzina Ivanishvili stated that had no any political plans regarding new Prime Minister of Georgia Ivane Merabishvili.
In opinion of the oppositional alliance's leader, possible, such rumors appeared because they were tied by not bad relations in the past, but after Merabishvili came to power, they went their own ways.
"I will never allow myself to maintain any relations with the present government, nothing ties us. It is not my policy to organize meetings in lobby", Ivanishvili said.
At the same time the oppositional billionaire said that Merabishvili was one of the not numerous reasonable politicians in the present power.
" Today I can reiterate that Merabishvili is a reasonably thinking person, though he as well as Zurab Adeishvili (Justice Minister) and others, who were considered to be like him, turned off the right way and went against the interests of their people", Ivanishvili noted.