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Ivanishvili: I hope the actions in Tbilisi will be peaceful2013-05-24 15:41
Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili stated he hoped that the the actions "Down with theocracy" and "Down with LGBT advocacy," scheduled for May 24 in the center of Tbilisi, would be held peacfully, the News-Georgia reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"On the eve, the Interior Minister Irakli Garibashvili informed me. I hope that in this case all will end peacefully," said Ivanishvili.
On May 24, in Tbilisi there will be held two actions of non-governmental organizations: "National Front" intends to take to the streets to protest against the promotion of the LGBT community, and representatives of this community will require compliance with human rights in Georgia.
Recall, last Friday in Tbilisi, during the attack of a large group of citizens on the participants of the action to protect the rights of sexual minorities 28 people suffered, 14 of whom were hospitalized. Two Orthodox clergymen are accused in connection with the disorder at the action. Earlier four persons involved in the attack on the parade of sexual minorities on May 17 were arrested in Georgia.
The detainees are accused of disorderly conduct and disobeying police. They face a fine or imprisonment for a term of three months.