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Both local and foreign monitors to observe actions in Georgia2009-04-09 11:15
The protest actions starting today at 2.p.m. in Tbilisi will be monitored by both local and foreign monitors.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The special monitoring center comprising both Georgian law enforcement representatives and foreign diplomats is being established in the Interior Ministry of Georgia.
The special protest action monitoring mission was sent to Tbilisi by the EU, stated Peter Semneby, the EU envoy, at the meeting with the Georgian opposition.
One more mission is sent by the Public Defender of Georgia. The ombudsman's representatives will be dressed in an easily recognizable uniform.
"It was made to let people turn and report of all violations", Sozar Subari, the ombudsman, said. Besides, a 24-hour hotline will work in his office.
Non-governmental and human rights organizations representatives will also monitor the action.
A permanent protest action with the demand of President Saakashvili's resignation starts today in Tbilisi.