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Georgian opposition rally can be dispersed2009-04-21 17:19
The rally near the parliament of Georgia was resumed at 3 p.m. Dozens of thousands participants gathered in Rustaveli Avenue after a short break.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"This government is terribly scared. It doesn't know what it is doing, how it is acting, it doesn't know what to devise. There are rumours the authorities intend to disperse the action today or tomorrow: to scare the people anyhow. But our people is not afraid of anything", stated Salome Zurabishvili, the Way of Georgia leader, at the rally.
According to Zurabishvili, the government will not dare to disperse the rally, and if it does, it will approach the end of its rule.
"Misha says he will not go anywhere. Don't let him hope that someone will send a plane for him and drives him away from here. No, we ourselves will drive him from his post, and will do it peacefully and within the frames of the Constitution", Zurabishvili said.
The army will stay at its place, the police-on its one, the state - on its one, and the people will stay on the square until it reaches the resignation of the government and holding free, just and transparent elections, she added