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Opposition accuses the government in preparing new provocations2009-04-21 10:56
Georgian opposition accuses the government in preparation of new provocation aimed to draw its opponents into a confrontation and in this way legalize the violence being committed in the country, the extraordinary statement of the April 9th organizer actions claims.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The authoritarian Saakashvili regime did not only drove the country to the verge of being-non-being, but also made the peaceful and constitutional shift of power extremely difficult. Despite it, we all realize well and repeatedly claimed that dropping of the political process from the constitutional track will bring more challenges to the whole country and every its citizen", the statement mentions.
The opposition calls Saakashvili's government irresponsible and claims it tries to drive it into a force confrontation by organizing assaults on peaceful demonstrators hoping it will allow it to legitimize the violence being committed.
"The government which ran political and moral bankruptcy is left nothing but organizing ever more large-scaled provocations. But in each separate case the law is at our side", the opposition claims and notices that the community has already found the adequate and effective response to these provocations.
The protest organizers state the opposition's and its supporters' appeals and actions were and will be lawful and non-violent.
"With our fortitude and firmness we will reach Saakashvili's resignation", the statement says.