4 thoughts on “Georgians demonstrate against Saakashvili regime

  1. Thousands rally against premier

    Georgia: Around 6,000 supporters of the National Assembly opposition alliance rallied in Tbilisi on Saturday, accusing President Saakashvili of authoritarianism and calling for him to resign.

    Hundreds more rallied in the Black Sea resort of Batumi, where protests were broken up by police after activists tried to force their way into a local television station, demanding airtime.

    The National Assembly alleged that hundreds of its activists had been arrested over the previous three days.


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