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This video was filmed at the University in Batumis in Georgia after a student protest.
From Associated Press:
Thousands protest in Georgia for 3rd day
By LYNN BERRY
Associated Press Writer
TBILISI, Georgia — Thousands of people marched through Georgia’s capital Saturday on the third day of peaceful protests calling for President Mikhail Saakashvili to step down.
The largest rallies were held outside national television stations, where protesters called for the demonstrations to be shown live. …
The protesters are most angry with Saakashvili over his handling of the brief war last summer with Russia. The Georgian army fled ahead of invading Russian troops, and the country lost territory as separatists and their Russian allies took full control of two breakaway Georgian regions.
Saakashvili’s actions during the war “were not mistakes,” said Maria Loladze, 82. “He should be put on trial.”
The protesters also accuse the president of concentrating power in his hands and embarrassing his countrymen by his erratic behavior.
In addition, Georgians complain that too little has been done to help the poor and create jobs. …
No protests were called for Sunday, which is Palm Sunday for Georgians and other Orthodox Christians. But opposition leaders said the daily protests would resume Monday.
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The justified anger of broad layers of the Georgian population against its right-wing, corrupt government only finds a very distorted expression in the current protests being led by an opposition alliance recruited in the main from former Saakashvili supporters: here.