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Opposition to report the international organizations about the violence against the action2009-04-15 11:14
According to the previous messages, the protest action participants were again beaten up in Tbilisi. Near Avlabari underground station some people attacked the three opposition supporters, participants of the rally near the President's residence, when the latter were getting in a car.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the victims, the attackers were armed and were the Interior Ministry employees. The opposition supporters claimed they will be able to recognize the people who attacked them.
Zurab Manjavidze, the singer, the participant of the action near the Public TV, was also attacked. According to the singer, his two brothers and he were driving home, and in Lesya Ukrainka street the two cars: Golf and BMW, blocked their road. People in these cars, about ten of them, masked, tried to open the doors of the brothers' car and managed to break the window. People near the parliament heard the noise and ran to the cars, the attackers drove away.
The opposition leaders regarded the incident as the authorities' another attempt of reprisal and claimed they will surely report to the international organizations.
Last night Sozar Subari came to the Parlaiment building and stated that the number of beatings of the action participants had increased in the recent days. He noted that the government follows the same scheme as the one before the dispersal of the rally on November 7th 2007.