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Georgian opposition published action plan till May 262009-05-14 10:45
Yesterday, at the really near the Parliament building, Koka Guntsadze, one of the United Opposition leaders, voiced the action plan from May 14 to 26 inclusive.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In those days, besides the daily rallies near the Parliament [starting at 5 p.m.], other events will be held.
On May 14 and 15, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., "halls of shame" near the Public TV will be organized. On May 16 one of the streets in Nadzaladevi district will be blocked, meeting with local people held. On May 17 - similar actions in Isani and Didubiyi districts of the capital. On May 18 - meeting of opposition leaders with representatives of community, actions near Rustavi 2 and main police office of Tbilisi. 19 May - student action and train of opposition supporter to the President's residence in Avlabari, in recent times forgotten by protesters, as Guntsadze said.
On May 20 Georgi Gachechiladze [singer, aka Utsnobi] will go to the regions to mobilize people for the civil parade planned for May; he will start with Batumi.
On May 21 meetings of opposition with people and NGOs of Kutaisi are planned; on May 22similar meetings will be held in Telavi and Gurjaani; on May 23 and 24 opposition will stage actions in separate districts of Tbilisi.
On May 25 Utsnobi and people he will mobilize will come to Mtskheta and stay near the local monastery; on May 26 procession participants from the region will join those who will gather in the National Stadium, and the parade planned by opposition in honor of the Day of Independence of Georgia, will begin.