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Opposition gathers near the Parliament to protest against destruction of mock prison cells2009-06-15 15:29
In the light of the destruction of mock prison cells opposition leaders called on their supporters to gather near the Parliament - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Today at the noon 20 people with clubs destroyed about 30 mock prison cells near the State Chancellery. In about an hour approximately ten of them returned, attempted to move cells, and had a clash with opposition members, opposition staff informs.
Zviad Dzidziguri, the Conservative party leader, promised the protest action will continue, and the row of cells will be reconstructed within one day. Kakha Kukava, another Conservative party representative, called on supporters to gather near the Parliament "to give response to the attempt to repeat November 7th".
He added additional measures to guard roes of cells will be taken; opposition's plans will be announced at 6 p.m.
Eka Beselia, For United Georgia leader, announced she had data of the planned actions against mock prison cells action participants near Avalbari residence. She charged the U.S. administration and personally U.S. ambassador to Georgia John Tefft in "indulging" Georgia's leaders. Beselia predicted more frequent arrests of opposition supporters and attacks on them in nearest days.
Law enforcement bodies made no comments upon the latest incidents.