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Georgian opposition to adopt the Charter of responsibilities to the people2009-05-26 13:37
In the course of today's action Georgian opposition leaders will adopt the Charter of responsibilities to the people and the country, stated Levan Gachechiladze, the United Opposition leader - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
This document will contain the principles in accordance with which the country must live, including the freedom of mass media, protection of human rights, freedom of speech and civil rights, and independent court. That is what the present-day authority lacks", Gachechiladze sad before the beginning of the action in Dinamo stadium.
Today Georgia celebrates the Day of Independence. Instead of a traditional military parade the civil procession, organized by the opposition, will be held in Tbilisi. Protesters gather in Dinamo stadium, and after the opposition leaders' speeches will go to Rustaveli Avenue, to the Parliament building.
All participants of the action are given white kerchiefs to be worn on the neck or arm, many activists wear red sleeveless cardigans with white inscription "Mshvidobit" ["With peace", also has a connotation "Good bye"] - the motto of the action. Kakha Kukava, one of the Conservative Party leaders, highlighted that "for the first time the day of independence will be celebrated by people, not by politicians, and for the first time in the country civil, but not military parade will be held". Previously the authorities gave up the idea of a military parade in Rustaveli Avenue to avoid provocations, as since April 9th Rustaveli Avenue is blocked by protesting opposition.