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The United Opposition Let the Mayor’s Office Know About the Demonstration on 2 November in Advance

22.10.2007
The united opposition delivered the official application about the demonstration on 2 November to the Tbilisi Mayor’s office. The opposition will also conduct demonstrations in Guria, Ozurgeti, Chokhatauri, Batumi and Poti.

“On 2 November we are going to conduct a demonstration with a 100.000 people on Rustaveli Avenue, so the office of Tbilisi Mayor must take care of the transport movement,” – said the leader of the “People’s Party”, Koba Davitashvili, during the briefing which was held today.

The united opposition joined the protest which was held by the “Movement Against Violence”. This protest was held in Dighomi in front of the main office of the police demanding to release their four activists, who were arrested. The activists were arrested during the demonstration a few days earlier.

The united opposition will start their demonstration at Dighomi and end at the State Chancellery.

The source: “Media News”

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