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Opposition office raided in Tbilisi2009-09-09 17:35
Today, in the day of President's visit to Telavi, located in this city office of pro-opposition Conservative Party was raided, several party members beaten up.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Kakha Kukava, one of the Conservative leaders, believes the raid was organized by law enforcement structures' representatives, as the Conservative Party supporters had planned a protest action in the light of Saakashvili's visit - the Vzglyad.
The opposition member said not only men but women as well were beaten tough.
The Interior Ministry hasn't already commented this statement.
Today Mikheil Saakashvili visited Telavi, and reported in the course of the "Response to the People" action in the central square.
He claimed he came with a fulfilled promise. At the parliamentary elections of 2008 Telavi residents rendered much support to the ruling party, and that time he promised them to build Gombori highway to connect Kakheti and Tbilsi.
Today he came to open the first 10-kilometer passage of the highway and promised to finish its construction to rtveli [approximately the same time as now] of 2010. According to Saakashvili, with that road Telavi and Tbilisi will be only with a 50-minute ride.