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Saakashvili doesn’t intend to leave Tbilisi on April 9th2009-04-08 19:18
Mikheil Saakashvili, the president of Georgia, plans to stay in the capital on April 9th - the day of the opposition mass protest actions with the demand of his resignation, RIA Novosti reports alluding to a representative of the president's administration press service.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"On April 9th the President has a usual working day, no trip anywhere is planned", the source informed. Previously the Georgian opposition claimed that Saakashvili intends to leave for his Bobokvati residence, and threatened with holding protest actions in the place he will stay.
According to the data of the opposition, on April 9th at 2 p.m. protest actions will start in different parts of the center of the capital. The opposition suggests that the number of the participants (they expect no less than 150 000) will allow to block traffic in the center.