“Cut the Ropes” Youth Protest Performance in Freedom Square
After the Presidents of Georgia and France together with thousands of Georgian citizens left the Freedom Square, a group of young people held a protest rally near the St. George’s Monument.
They told the journalists that thousands of people were forcibly brought to the square.
Giorgi Abdushelishvili said people were tied up and brought here to listen to the presidents. If anybody wished to see Georgian and French presidents, they should have come here without compulsion.
The young people organized a theater performance. Three of them had ropes over their necks and a girl was pasturing them towards the Freedom Square.
Protester Levan Bziashivli read rhymes and afterwards they left the square.
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