Georgian opposition renews protest

Georgian opposition demands resignation of President Mikhail Saakashvili, today, resumes in Tbilisi mass protests, the scale of which was reduced for Easter holidays. Organizers expect to share that with the residents of Tbilisi Tuesday to join the opponents of Saakashvili in the regions.
    “Many residents have a desire to join the stock,” - said ex-Speaker of Georgian Parliament Speaker Nino Burjanadze, expressing hope that the authorities will not create artificial barriers to their arrival in Tbilisi. Conservative Party of Georgia on behalf of the organizers of the shares has notified town hall to continue the rally until April 30. The party to evaluate the number of protest actions in 200 thousand people.

21 April 2009 | burdjanadze, georgia, opposition, saakashvili, tbilisi

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