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Opposition asked Saakashvili to resign2009-04-09 16:56
The address of the society to Mikheil Saakashvili was read aloud at today's rally near the Parliament of Georgia by poet David Magradze.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The people came here to refuse the partition of Georgia, terror and violence, intimidation and encroachment on honour, incapability and injustice, rigging elections, infringement of the freedom of speech and freedom of opinion - in a peaceful way. The people came here to refuse all the disgraces this government have been committing for years in the country. To refuse everything that lead us to the tragic events of August 2008", the statement claims.
The authors underline they came to say the government: one cannot live in this way any longer; and to demand adequate steps to fulfill the people's will- Saakashvili's resignation and calling early elections.
"It is the last chance for the government to step above the personal interests and approach the task of driving the country out of crisis in a state way. Mikheil Saakashvili is obliged to give the people an opportunity for a peaceful change of power in a constitutional way and show the whole world that we are the decent and civilized people," the address claims.
The opposition sends this address to Mikheil Saakashvili and gives him 24 hours for the response.