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Office of the "National Assembly" in Tbilisi was sealed2011-05-27 19:20
In Tbilisi, office of the opposition movement "National Assembly" was sealed. " This Information was just spread by Georgian Public Broadcasting and this message is quoted by "GHN".gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the TV men, leaders of the "National Assembly" hasn't appeared in its office in the course of the day.
"Most of the leaders of the "National Assembly" are at home, or give comments on the record, which was spread by Georgian Interior Ministry from behind closed doors" - claimed in a television story GPB.
Materials about a coup d'etat being prepared in Georgia was announced today by the law enforcement agencies of the country. According to the "GHN", the information is about some video materials, which displays the preparation of the leaders of the "National Assembly" and a number of their supporters to actions of protest. In addition, the Georgian Interior Ministry announced about the testimony of one of the leaders of so-called "vowed" oppositionists - a retired general Gia Uchava - where he told of details of the plan of a coup d'etat.
"Yesterday, video where the organizers of the rally discuss the possibility of useage of violence to achieve political goal was represented. "I want to say that we have detained nobody on this charge yet, but the investigation continues and today we represent a small portion of evidence which confirm the existence of such intentions," - said today the head of analytical department of MIA Shota Utiashvili at a special briefing.