Georgian opposition leaders will sit in cages

Georgian opposition has found a new way to draw attention to the protest at the residence of President Mikhail Saakashvili. As the correspondent of RBC in the Georgian capital, in different parts of the city streets will be posted camera-cells.
According to an opposition leader Levan Gachechiladze, the cells will be known to the public policy and people that support the requirements of the resignation of head of state. All this theatrical event will symbolize the transformation of Georgia into a police state.
"This will last until Saakashvili leaves do not" - said L. Gechechiladze.
Note that the brother of L. Gachechidadze - famous singer Giorgi Gachechiladze - the third consecutive month, is in voluntary confinement in an improvised chamber, in which he intends to stay "until the regime change." Singer attend politicians and public figures to discuss with the internal political processes. These meetings and the lives of the singer in prison are the format of reality show called "Camera N5", which is broadcast on cable television. The government, in turn, argue that these transfers are a manifestation of democracy. "
Georgian opposition on 9 April 2009. launched a protest demanding the resignation of Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili. Opposition gave Saakashvili night to address the issue of voluntary resignation, but the president responded to that demand a strong denial.

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