2009-04-22Member of National Forum Was Attacked
2009-04-22Mamuka Maisuradze Denies Being a Spy
2009-04-22Rebellion in Women’s Colony Was Subdued by Force
After the rebellion in the Tbilisi Women’s Colony the female inmates were taken to Rustavi Prison # 1. Their conditions in custody are unbearable. Zaza Khatiashvili, president of the Trade Union of the Lawyers of Georgia, stated that the rights of the inmates are violated.
2009-04-21Tbilisi Turned into Tent City
Opposition parties chose new method of expressing their protest. The idea of “Dead City” proposed by the singer “Utsnobi” (stranger) was changed into the idea of setting up tents in front of the president’s residence. There are tents in many streets of Tbilisi.
2009-04-21Georgian Spy Was Arrested in Sochi, Russia
2009-04-21Ossetians Detained Observers from the OSCE
2009-04-21Levan Mikeladze’s House was Attacked
2009-04-21S t a t e m e n t
2009-04-16Tamaz Makashvili Co-Chairperson of Gori Office of the Alliance for Georgia Started Hunger-Strike
2009-04-16A Chronicle of Violence Before and After April 9
Despite the great desire and attempt of the government of Georgia to reduce the number of incidents during the rally to minimum it became impossible to do so. Opposition parties report almost every night that activists are detained or beaten. The number of people who have been beaten and wounded before and after rallies has already reached alarming number.
2009-04-16Davit Gamkrelidze: Member of the “New Rights” Davit Ujmajuridze Was Kidnapped and His Car Was Burnt
2009-04-15Three Members of the “People’s Party”, Political Party “Tavisufleba” and Alliance for Georgia Are Beaten
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