2008-02-29“Mass Demonstrations Achieved Positive Results” , Participants of Social Survey Conclude
International Center on Conflict and Negotiation (ICCN) conducted a survey that revealed that the vast majority of the Tbilisi population supports the political opposition. According to the conclusion of the report, this tendency reinforces overall discontent and the negative attitude of Georgians towards the current government. The surveyors conclude that people will be especially active during the parliamentary elections in spring of 2008 and their discontent will be demonstrated in the ballot box.
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