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Georgian opposition leaders reported Semneby of the violence from the side of police2009-06-18 14:58
Today in Tbilisi Mariott hotel another meeting of non-parliamentary opposition leaders with the EU special envoy, Peter Semneby, was held.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The meeting was attended by Nino Burjanadze, the Democratic Movement -United Georgia leader; Salome Zourabishvili, the Way of Georgia head; and Kakha Kukava, the Conservative Party Secretary General.
After the meeting Burjanadze told they reported of the rally dispersals on June 15th and handed over video footage. One of the tapes witnesses a policeman brandishing an iron hammer. Opposition leaders called on world community to do everything to stop Saakashvili's government from terrorizing people.
Salome Zourabishvili requested Semneby to help her to be appointed the Deputy Interior minister.
Kukava said in case Saakashvili doesn't stop terror, it'll lead to civil confrontation.
Peter Semneby has conducted regular meetings with non-parliamentary opposition leaders since the beginning of mass protest actions [started on April 9th ]. The EU envoy calls on the authorities and opposition to solve problems via dialog.