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A protest rally to be held in front of the parliament in Tbilisi2012-02-28 18:40
Today, a protest rally will be held in front of the Georgian parliament in Tbilisi simultaneously with the Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili's annual address at the highest legislative body of the country.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the Rosbalt.ru, today a protest rally will be held in front of the Georgian parliament in Tbilisi simultaneously with the Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili's annual address at the highest legislative body of the country.
According to the action's organizers, it will be attended by such NGOs as "The Unemployeds for the Right to Work", "The Civic Movement of Refugees", "The Union of Free Association" and Kakha Kukava's opposition party "Free Georgia", the edition reported.
The participants of the rally are going to lay four claims to the President of Georgia: "Shelter to the refugees", "Return Abkhazia and Shida Kartli (South Ossetia - Ed.)", "Give us the opportunity to create jobs" and "Withdraw the troops out of Afghanistan", NRegion reported.
The action is scheduled for 20 pm local time simultaneously with the speech of the President of Georgia in the parliament.
Recall, secession of Abkhazia and South Ossetia took place in 2008 after the war in South Ossetia. After that, the Russian Federation officially recognized these states independent. Later, Abkhazia and South Ossetia were recognized by Nicaragua, Venezuela, Tuvalu and Nauru Island.