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“Civil parade” was started with a silence minute2009-05-26 15:29
Georgian opposition, conducting a civil procession in Dinamo Stadium, opened it with a silence minute in memory to the citizens who died struggling for freedom and independence of Georgia - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Let us commemorate all those who died for Georgia. Today is the day of our independence and birthday of Merab Kostava [Georgian public figure], let us remember him, and all those who strived for independency of the country, and honor their memory", said poet David Magradze to dozens of thousands participants.
The procession is planned to walk to Rustaveli Avenue, the building of the Parliament.
According to the press service of the Conservative party [one of the organizers] over 50 000 people gathered in the stadium and adjacent territory.
Following the recommendations of opposition leaders, many came in white clothes. One emergency car and one fire brigade are mobilized in the stadium yard.