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Opposition informed Tbilisi Mayor’s office of prolongation of protest actions till June 262009-05-21 17:55
Today Georgian opposition informed Tbilisi Mayor's office of prolongation of the protest action to June 26th , RIA Novosti reports, alluding to the Conservative Party of Georgia press service.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The actions are planned in several places simultaneously, including near the Parliament building in Rustaveli Avenue; near the President's residence; near Module building of the Interior Ministry; near MIA building in Ortachala district; near Rustavi 2 TV company; near the State Chancellery; near Tbilisi mayor's office; and near president's residence in Shavnabada [Tbilisi outskirt]. The notification was signed by the Conservative party leaders.
Since April 9th 2009 fourteen leading Georgian non-parliamentary opposition parties and political unities have been staging protest actions in various parts of the capital. On May 26 [Independence Day in Georgia] they intend to conduct a "civil parade" instead of the military parade held annually by the authorities. The latter promised not to interfere.