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Hunger-Strikers Moved to the State Chancellery

28.09.2004

Hunger-Strikers Moved to the State Chancellery

Tbilisi.26.09.04.Media-news. The members of the “National Movement” brunch in Terjola have renewed hunger-strike in front of the State Chancellery.

As it’s known, several days ago 37 men has gone on hunger-strike in front of the State Chancellery, demanding the resignation of David Mumladze, the representative of the president in Imereti region; On the third day of the action law enforcements took them to Terjola by buses, but 14 demonstrators returned to Tbilisi on the same day and continued hunger-strike at Public Defenders Office; and on September 26 they continued the action at the State Chancellery.

Hunger-Strikers hope that they will be able to meet Mixeil Saakashvili, to inform him their requirements and will talk about disperses.

Two members of action even refused to drink water and, as Gurgenidze says, their health situation is extremely hard. At present, 14 people are on hunger strike at the State Chancellery.

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