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Georgian opposition blocked both embankments of Kura river2009-05-21 15:23
Georgian opposition blocked traffic in embankments at both sides of Kura river in the centre of Tbilisi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"It's a warning action against all anti-constitutional actions of Saakashvili regime", said Zviad Dzidziguri, the Conservative Party leader - Novosti-Gruzia.
The mottoes of the action are: "Down with political terror" and "For Merabishvili's resignation".
In that way they protest against "operation on withdrawal of opposition leaders' private property". They mention the cars which were taken away from them by the Interior Ministry without a sufficient reason. The Ministry was given time to 3 p.m. to return the cars, but the ultimatum was ignored. The participants also protest of the actions of the Interior Ministry which last night conducted a special operation to detain suspects of Mukhrovani mutiny was conducted in Tbilisi, in a private settlement in Tianeti highway. In result Giya Krialashvili was killed; Levan Amiridze and Koba Otanadze were wounded and taken to Gudushauri clinical hospital.
"We have information that initially all the three must have been killed in the course of the special operation. Saakashvili doesn't arrange a court because he is afraid of the exposure of the performance in Mukhrovani ", David Gamkrelidze, the New Rights Party leader said.
Opposition leaders promise to unblock the embankments in one hour. At the same time, they intend to organize a procession to the Ministry of Defense, where opposition leaders will make statements.
Nino Burjanadze, the Democratic Movement- United Georgia leader, on behalf of the protest action organizers apologized to the capital residents for the discomfort, but claimed it to be "forced measures against violence and unlawfulness".