2011-05-31When Proest Rally in Rustaveli Avenue Rally was Raided by the Police Imedi was Broadcasting Live Poker Game
Television Company Maestro was broadcasting live the Rustaveli Avenue protest rally and the following processes almost all night. Early morning May 26 Maestro broadcasted live the comments of opposition leaders, their family members, rally participants, who compared the last night processes with the April 9 1989 events and accused the police special forces in using excessive force.
2011-05-31Coalition for European Georgia States that Police Had to Deal with Extremists on May 26th
2011-05-30Offices of Public Assembly Closed in Kakheti
2011-05-27Protest Rally Violently Dispersed in Georgia
On May 26, 2011, at 00:10 am the protest rally organized by the Public Assembly was dispersed by the units of Special Forces by means of rubber bullets, tear gas and water canons. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) of Georgia, 8 policemen, one journalist and 27 civil citizens were injured. Two people died - a policeman and a civilian. 90 people are placed in the preliminary detainment cells imposed with two-month administrative imprisonment.
2011-05-24Protesters Call for the Resignation of Georgia’s President
MOSCOW — The police clashed with antigovernment protesters in Georgia on Sunday, at one point firing tear gas and rubber bullets, as hundreds of demonstrators gathered in the capital of the former Soviet republic to demand the ouster of President Mikheil Saakashvili.
2011-05-23Peaceful Night in the Kostava Avenue
2011-05-23Adjara Leader of Georgian Party Beaten
2011-05-23Georgia fails to properly investigate war crimes
(Oslo, Tbilisi, Brussels, 23 May 2011) Today the Norwegian Helsinki Committee (NHC) publishes a new report on Georgia with the title, Unable or Unwilling? Georgia’s faulty investigation of crimes committed during the Russo-Georgian war of August 2008.
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