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Spring protest actions won’t be large in scale2010-02-04 18:39
Georgian opposition plans the third wave of protest actions on April 9th.gt-en-newsitem-inside
But they won't be of the scale as they used to be in 2009, said Giya khikhishvili, a political expert - GHN.
In his view, though many political statements have been made recently, nothing really changed.
On February 1st a number of pro-opposition parties of Georgia signed an agreement on holding primaries to elect one pro-opposition candidate for Tbilisi Mayor elections and also candidates for local elections in May 2010.
The exact date of elections isn't known, the government says they will be conducted before may 30th. Opposition claims May 30th will be the day of their victory.
Parties that signed agreement are; Conservative; People's Party, Party of Future; Movement for Just Georgia; Veterans' party; Christian Georgia.
Primaries will start all around Georgia on March 14th , on April 18th final elections will take place.
Zviad Dzidziguri, the Conservative leader, said on April 9th the protest wave will begin and last to April 18th.