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Opposition passes to the crucial stage of the struggle2009-05-14 09:42
Georgian opposition passes to the crucial stage of the struggle, stated Salome Zourabishvili, the Way of Georgia leader, at yesterday's rally near the Parliament.gt-en-newsitem-inside
She said the people of Georgia has nothing against parades, and hopes that on May 26 the one,the Georgian army deserves, will be held in Rustaveli Avenue.
"But conducting a parade today would be an insult for the Georgian army, because it will be inspected by the person, who humiliated the army, the unworthy Commander-in-Chief and illegitimate President Mikheil Saakashvili", she said and expressed hope that the decision to cancel the parade [voiced by the government representatives yesterday] will not be changed.
Zourabishvili said that on May 14 Saakashvili leaves the country for five days, but soon there will be no place for him in Georgia.
The Way of Georgia party leader added that opposition has no intention to cancel the civil parade from the National Stadium to Rustaveli Avenue it scheduled.
"On May 26 a part of protesters, including me, will stay here, near the Parliament, and the square will be overcrowded . I'm sure that the stadium will be overcrowded as well, and we will meet procession participants here", Zourabishvili said.