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Victims of Saakashvili regime counted in Georgia2010-04-05 18:16
Opposition counted over 100 victims of Saakashvili regime in Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
To honour their memory, leaders of Georgian opposition movements, representatives of NGOs and publicity will sign This Cannot Be Forgiven agreement - the VZGLYAD.
The victims they meant were, in the first line, victims of special operations of police, and this is already over 100, explained protest action initiators Temur Shashiashvili and Lasha Chkhartishvili. The signers agreed such actions must not be forgiven and must not be repeated in the future.
"Unfortunately, up to this day we haven't been able to give a due response to this regime, haven't liberated Georgia from I, and there are still people in Georgia, protecting this regime" the draft says. The signing ceremony will be held in Save a Life organisation, founded by parents, considering their children victims of the regime.