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Ata Jurt faction leader won't nominate candidates for speaker's and prime minister's post in case of entry into ruling coalition -- MP Tashiev.

The Ata Jurt faction made the decision not to nominate candidates for Speaker's and Prime Minister's posts, Ata Jurt faction leader Kamchibek Tashiev told reporters on Thursday upon conclusion of the closed meeting of the faction. Tashiev added in case Ata Jurt decides to enter the coalition, the decision will be made today what candidates for speaker's and prime minister's posts the faction will support. In case the faction remains in opposition, the faction will publicize the facts about corrupted practices among selected officials. Big questions will be raised about the June events with regard to the first officials. "All members of the provisional government will have to respond. We will hold them accountable," Kamchibek Tashiev stressed. He said the main goal of the opposition is achievement of power. "I do not think we will be in opposition. But if this happens, we will create a bloc of opposition forces. We will register in the Justice Ministry. We will try to come to power using lawful ways. We will show incapability of the current power to the society and people will make the decision themselves," he said. When asked if he intends to become the Defense Minister, Tashiev replied that he has the status higher than the Minister. He said he did not receive offers to hold concrete post. "I won't accept any offers yet," Tashiev said.

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Date:Dec 16, 2011
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