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Georgian authorities promised not to use force against rally participants2009-04-10 17:37
Georgian authorities promise not to use force against opposition supporters if their actions are peaceful and rally participants do not break in the state organizations' buildings, stated Georgi Baramidze, the Vice Prime Minister, in the air of Imedi TV company, but at the same time highlighted that the leadership of the country doesn't intend to comply with the demands of the opposition.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The authorities try no to allow the escalation", the Vice Prime Minister said - Interfax.
"No-one can prohibit citizens to hold rallies, and no force against the rally participants will be used", Baramidze said. According to the Vice Prime Minister, the police doesn't impede conduction of the protest actions.