The party was set up in March, 2008 by a lawmaker in the outgoing parliament, Gocha Pipia, an entrepreneur who was general director of the vodka producing company, Ushba.
The party’s website says that the Georgian Politics is a group based on “the Georgian spirit and the Orthodox [Christianity] way of life.”
It also says that the Georgian Politics aims at creating “socio-economic relations, which are based on the ideology of the Orthodox [Christianity].”
Gocha Pipia, the leader of the party, says that he is against of Georgia’s NATO integration.
The Georgian Politics has nominated majoritarian MP candidates in 12 single-mandate constituencies out of total 72 for the May 21, 2008 parliamentary elections.