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Georgian opposition blames journalists on being government spies2011-05-23 15:33
Irakli Batiashvili, one of the leaders of the Georgian opposition movement « National Assembly», which organizes protests in different cities of Georgia, has accused some journalists of provocations.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to VZGLYAD, Batiashvili said that many of the media workers who make reports about actions of opponents of the Saakashvili regime, are associated with the secret services of Georgia or appear to be its employees. «Some journalists are officers of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, where they receive wages,» - he believes.
In turn, Leader of Georgian Party Levan Gachechiladze has accused journalists of "espionage" in favor of the government.
The most severe criticism of the opposition cause channels Rustavi-2 and Imedi as well as several Intenet publications and print medias which primarily pay attention to the misbehavior of some protesters.
Protests began in Georgia on May 21. Its initiator was «National Assembly».
The oppositionists are going to carry out the «Day of Rage» on may 25 - another action in favor of overthrow of Saakashvili regime.