Ukraine has embarked on the establishment of Saakashvili’s party

Plans to create a new political party said the former Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine David Sakvarelidze. According to him, the party will focus on small and medium businesses. “Mikhail Saakashvili will be with us, of course. And it will be one of the leaders and drivers of this new party”, — Sakvarelidze told journalists on Tuesday (quoted by “RIA Novosti”).

That the Governor of Odessa region and the ex-President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili may organize a new political party, Ukrainian politicians and experts have started talking at the end of last year, when Saakashvili began to conduct anti-corruption forums “Motion for clarification”.

“I want our anti-corruption movement got 80% in the next election — and it is a political goal”, — said in January the adviser of the Governor of Odessa Sasha Borovik.

“Now very actively there are consultations with all healthy political or civil organizations, in Ukraine was created the first healthy political force, the first precedent of a healthy political platform that won’t be a project of oligarchs, which wouldn’t be a project of the President, which will not a temporary political project that is doomed to failure and will hinder the development of the state”, — quotes “Interfax” of a word Sakvarelidze. Consultations, he said, going with the current deputies of the faction “Block of Petro Poroshenko” Sergei Leshchenko and Mustafa Nayem.

Not yet created “Saakashvili’s party” enjoyed the support of 2.7% of Ukrainians, has led the Agency UNIAN the data of poll spent by Fund “Democratic initiatives” to them. Ilko Kucheriv and Razumkov Centre from 11 to 16 may 2016.

According to the survey, is a leader in the party of Yulia Tymoshenko “Batkivshchyna”, for which ready to vote 12% of respondents who declared intention to participate in elections. 10.6% of respondents are ready to vote for the party “Samopomich”; 9,9% — for the party “Block of Petro Poroshenko”; 9,1% — for the party “Opposition bloc”; 8,4% — for the Radical party, 6% — for the party “Civic position”.