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The majority of Georgians don’t believe opposition may win2009-04-13 14:52
Georgian weekly Kviris Palitra conducted a survey: will the Georgian opposition reach its objective, whether people believe in it and in Saakashvili's possible resignation. Only one third of the respondents (411 people in Tbilisi and other cities of the country) answered positively- Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
32.4 per cent believe the opposition will reach its objective - the resignation of President Saakashvili, 27.2 per cent said they think the opposition will fail to reach the objective, 40.4 per cent found difficult to answer.
The mass protest actions with the demand of the President's resignation started on April 9th . Since April 10th the three permanent actions has been staged: in front of the Parliament, in front of the Public TV and near Avlabari underground station (near the road leading to the President's residence). In the nearest future the opposition promises to widen the "confrontation front" and start holding actions not only in Tbilisi but across the country as well.