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Dzidziguri called the incident near his house a provocation of the authorities2010-05-07 16:40
Zviad Dzidziguri, the Conservative party of Georgia leader, claims the yesterday's incident was a provocation organized by the authorities - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"In response to the yesterday's protest action last night the National Movement and the Interior Ministry conducted an attack on me. After they had glued posters mear mu house, a quarrel between my neighbours and billstickers began, and I went down to help the neighbours, he said.
"Suddenly several cars, out of them armed activists of the National Movement popped out," he added, describing details at today's press conference.
He said activists exerted physical pressure on him, and retreated to the doors, and in order to ease tension shot in air several times.
"I warn everyone - leave my family in peace. No-one has the right to break into my house and commote my children," he said and added he would do the same again if necessary.
He also noted that no patrol cars were seen, despite all the noise of the quarrel. The Conservative demanded journalists not to appear near his house at 2-3a.m. without agreement.
As for the comments made to local TV companies by some women, allegedly locals, he claimed these were ruling party activists and Interior Ministry employees.
Previously Georgian TV companies said Dzidziguri protested against gluing posters of the ruling party on his house and shot at the billstickers. Criminal case over hooliganism brought.