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Georgia’s refugees prepare for demonstration2011-01-21 19:29
Refugees that remain in Tbilisi will hold a protest march from the building of parliament to the president's residence tomorrow, GHN reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As Lasha Chkhvartishvili, a leader of the Conservative Party, states protest rallies will continue until the country's authorities meet demands of forced evictees.
It will be remembered that Way of Georgia party secretary general Kakha Seturidze stated that eviction of refugees the way it is currently done is a crime committed by the ruling regime.
"Refugees have the right to know what they are offered by the government - financial compensation or alternative housing. The state must provide refugees with basic facilities, - Kakha Seturidze stated.