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Georgian opposition leaders agreed plans of further actions2009-06-17 11:36
Last night non-parliamentary opposition leaders held consultations in the office of Nino Burjanadze's party.gt-en-newsitem-inside
After the sitting opposition members said they discussed both events of Monday [police used force against protesters] and plans of further actions.
Zviad Dzidziguri, the Conservative party leader stated opposition will use new forms and methods of protest.
David Gamkrelidze, the New Rights' head said in nearest days, supposedly on June 19th opposition will stage an action near Tbilisi city court to protest against unjust decisions to arrested protesters.
Kakha Shartava, National Forum party leader said his movement will participate in the actions oriented on specific results. He underlined the importance of work in the regions and called on his colleagues to join the work to create protest spots around the country.
Opposition leaders promised to inform the world community of the incident near the main police building on Monday and tell what really happened.
"It was the act of vandalism, and the government won't get away with it. We'll inform all the international organizations", Gamkrelidze said.