Police Checks Mini-buses in Tbilisi Streets
“The police checks mini-buses in the streets of Tbilisi”, Nana Kakabadze, a chairperson of the NGO “Former Political Prisoners for Human Rights” stated at the demonstration in front of the Parliament. According to her, police stops mini-buses near underground station “Avlabari” and Kashueti Church and checks the passengers without any explanation.
Kakabadze stated, that members of monitoring groups of Community Defenders reported her information. Members of the group move about the town and inform the members of Community Defenders with operative information. Nana Kakabadze stated that the information was being checked at that moment.
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