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Georgian opposition starts the action of civil disobedience2009-04-10 16:46
The anti-presidential rally resumed today in the afternoon. Many people, approximately dozens of thousands, came to the Parliament building to 3 p.m.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Not everyone has already gathered, people from the regions are expected to join soon. The Movement for Just Georgia headed by ex-PM Nogaideli claimed its support and yesterday staged rallies in Batumi.
"Our unity is our power", said Koba Davitashvili, the People's Party head and said that neither the people nor the opposition will start any negotiations with Mikheil Saakashvili. In his opinion, the only issue to be discussed with the president is his resignation and calling early elections.
Kakha Kukava, the Conservative party leader said that today the opposition starts the action of nation-wide civil disobedience.
"We expected Saakashvili to make a decision but his today's speech showed that hr made none, therefore we start civil disobedience actions" and added that today at 6 p.m. manifestations will go to different directions and will block traffic not only in Rustaveli avenue but in Kostava street and Ketevan Tsamebuli avenue.
He claimed that these streets will be blocked daily, manifestations and civil disobedience actions will continue until Saakashvili resigns.
Every night, at 9 p.m. opposition members will hold information rallies to announce people the action plan for the next day.