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Opposition plans one more mass protest action on May 9th2009-05-08 09:53
On May 9th, right in one month after the beginning of the protest actions, opposition plans to stage one more mass protest rally near the Parliament, opposition leaders said at today's rally near the legislative body building.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Kakha Kukava, the Conservative Party leader, on May 9th there must gather as many people as on April 9th.
"At 5 p.m. we will gather here and will show the authorities, how many of us in fact. On May 9th we must defeat this fascist regime and put an end to violence", Kukava said.
Levan Gachechiladze underlined that opposition will continue its struggle to the last drop and will surely complete.
"I swear, I wont get tired, I will strive to the end", Gachechiladze said and reiterated Kukava's call.
The next speaker was Gubaz Sanikidze, who read aloud opposition-written address to the Western partners and the government.
It underlines that irresponsible and provocative actions of Saakashvili regime threaten Georgia with development of uncontrollable processes.
"Yesterday's actions proved that Saakashvili regime cannot provide secure development of the country and implementation of the international obligations taken by our country", the address claims.
Opposition believes that the only way out of the political crisis is resignation of Saakashvili and his government, which must be conducted with exclusively peaceful methods, in the way of elections.
To prevent further violence opposition claims ready to hold a meeting with the President, share their position and their demand.
"I turn to Saakashvili and call for him to set the time and date of the meeting, we will come and tell him the ways to drive the country out of crisis, as we see them", Sanikidze stated though doubted Saakashvili's readiness.