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Opposition presented Saakashvili another ultimatum2009-05-04 15:12
Today the protest action organizers published their action plan for the week - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to their previous intentions, "intensification of the struggle for Saakashvili's resignation" was planned. "Considering that the authorities do not listen to the people's demand we made a decision to start protest actions in the scale of the whole country," organizers' today's statement claimed.
"On May 5th , from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. the warning action implying blocking central highways in all drives to Tbilisi, will be conducted" the statement says. On May 8th opposition plans to picket central highways in the regions and claim that "Mikheil Saakashvili is given 72 hours to satisfy the demand of his resignation from the position of the President of Georgia and to hold direct negotiations with opposition on issues of organizing events necessary for peaceful and constitutional shift of power in the country ".
In case the aforesaid demands remain not satisfied, opposition "intends to start indefinite picketing of central highways of Georgia on May 11th ". Places pf the pickets will be announced on May 10th.
The authorities haven't already commented this statement. Previously the authorities and Saakashvili himself stated that the President has no intention to leave before the end of his presidential term in 2013.