Georgia's former ruling party, United National Movement, is trying to destabilise the election campaign in the country and set up a special organisation to that end, Deputy Prime Minister and Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze said.
"Today all political parties are given an opportunity to hold the election campaign normally, meet with voters. The only political force keen on destabilising the election campaign and the parliamentary elections due in a month's time is the United National Movement," Kaladze told reporters on Monday.
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The former ruling party has already set up some organisation intent on staging riots, he said.
"We have concrete evidence of the destructive activity by members of this organisation, in particular, in Adjara," the deputy prime minister said.