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Bourjanadze: the autumn won’t be easy for the government2009-09-14 15:10
Opposition parties "have serious discussions about continuing protest actions", stated Nino Bourjanadze- the ex-speaker of the Georgian Parliament and now the head of the Democratic Movement- United Georgia" pro-opposition party ". She added she had had active consultations with all political forces in the country- ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We think about continuing protest actions and changing the government in a peaceful political way"- Bourjanadze mentioned- "If a peaceful change government doesn't happen, it will be very bad not only for the government, but for all citizens of the country as well".
Daily protest actions were held in Tbilisi from April 9th to July 24th. About fifteen political parties were their organizers and participants. Protest actions were stopped on July 24th, but opposition leaders stated that they would work out a new strategy to strive for Saakashvili's peaceful resignation, and therefore would resume protest actions in autumn. Meanwhile Saakashvili stated he is not going to resign before 2013.