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Georgian opposition complaining to U.S2011-02-21 19:39
United States Ambassador to Georgia John Bass received a list of 52 persons who are considered to be political prisoners from the oppositional spokesmen, VZGLYAD reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As was stated by leader of the Ara movement Levan Chitadze, the dissentients asked the ambassador to interfere by all means and help them free those people. According to him, Bass may recommend the Georgian authorities to stop persecution on political grounds.
Today, leaders of several Georgian NGOs announced the preparation of large-scale protest actions demanding to liberate political prisoners. The point is the mass meetings to be organized by such movements as Ara; Motherland, Language, Belief; Solidarity with Illegal Prisoners and Human Rights Protection Center.