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Opposition worked out the plan of disobedience action2009-04-10 18:20
The anti-presidential rally participants in Rusatveli Avenue, will divide into three to start the disobedience action, Kakha Kukava, the Conservative party leader, said - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Yesterday the opposition leaders gave the President Mikheil Saakashvili 24 hours to respond on the action participants' demand to resign and call early election. This morning he let everyone understand that he doesn't to intend to step down.
In response to his statement, Levan Gachechiladze, one of the opposition leaders, claimed that stating with today, 6 p.m. the national disobedience in the capital will be held. Every day opposition supporters will gather in 3 places: in front of the Parliament, in front of the Public TV, and on the highway leading to the President's residence, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.
"At 6 p.m. those who gathered in Rustaveli Avenue, will divide into three. One part remains near the Parliament, the second group, headed by Irakli Alasania [Alliance for Georgia leader] and Levan Gachechiladze [United Opposition ], will come to picket the Public TV building. And the third group goes to Avlabari direction to block the highway to the President's residence; this group will be lead by the leaders of the Conservative party, the People's party and For United Georgia movement", Kukava said. At 9 p.m. everyone will be back to the Parliament for the information rally.