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Authorities do not intend to use force at the April 9th rallies2009-03-23 15:32
The authorities of Georgia do not intend to use force against the participants of the April 9th rallies, stated David Bakradze, the Speaker of the parliament of Georgia - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Every citizen has the right to express the protest in a peaceful form, but opposition must be responsible and ensure peaceful actions, for managing rallies is a hard task", Bakradze said in his interview to Kviris Palitra, published today.
"Talks of the mobilization of supporters which the authorities conduct before April 9th ,are wrong. We will make no steps for confrontation of supporters and opponents of authorities in society," the Speaker said. He underlined that "the authorities campaign for a dialog with opposition, including the most radical one".
The opposition believes that there is no use to dialog with the present-day authorities, which do not fulfill its promises and agreements.
According to the opposition members, the only issue to be discussed with the leaders of the country: forms and methods of Mikheil Saakashvili's peaceful resignation.