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Police dispersed a protest action in the centre of Tbilisi2009-02-27 16:09
November 7th youth political movement of youth attempted to protest by blocking Rustaveli Avenue in the centre of Tbilisi. The action was dispersed - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
About 300 participants of the movement decided to hold a rally in front of the Parliament of Georgia to demand resignation of Vano Merabishvili, the Interior Minister, and punishment for killers of Roin Shavadze, the ex-serviceman and participant of combat actions of August 2008.
"Roin Shavadze, the Ministry of Defense Sergeant, was killed by special unit forces in Batumi. He participated in combat actions in Batumi and didn't hide that Georgian state used Georgian military as cannon fodder", Dachi Tsaguria, the organizer of the action, shared.
According to Tsaguria, all the attempts of police to impede the November 7th movement to express their opinion via rallies and actions are in vain.
The Interior Ministry press service stated that the Constitution guarantees citizens of Georgia the right for rallies, actions and manifestations to express their position. The press service employee explained that all these events must be held on Mayor's permission and in places, determined beforehand. He added that unauthorized blocking traffic on roads, especially highways, is illegal.