According to the decision of the civil activists, today the rally on Rustaveli Avenue will restart at 19:00.
As Tsotne Koberidze, member of the Tbilisi City Council from Girchi – More Freedom pointed out at the joint briefing, at today’s rally they will demand clarity from the ruling team on how they are going to withdraw with the so-called draft law on agents.
Civil activists are also demanding the release of arrested protestors.
“There will definitely be a rally today! There are many young people who do not trust the Georgian Dream and who believe that we are the guarantor of the country becoming a part of the West. We demand two points be fulfilled: We need clarity on how they intend to withdraw this law because their statements are vague. They cannot be trusted. Secondly, those people who stood by us, fought with us and are detained – until these people are free, Georgian Dream should not think that they have an easy time. Processes will not stop until Georgia takes a guaranteed pro-Western course,” said Tsotne Koberidze.
The ruling team and People’s Power decided to withdraw the draft law on agents which was supported in the first reading.
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