“Regarding the rally announced by the opposition, one to be held two months from now, name just one country where the opposition announces a rally two months ahead,” Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili replied to journalists’ question about the rally announced by the opposition.
He noted that announcing a rally two months ahead shows that even their own supporters do not attend their rallies.
“That goes to show that even their own supporters do not attend their announced rallies. It tells us that the opposition is in total confusion. Simply put, they are in horrible, disastrous shape, and I am talking about Saakashvili’s radical wing and their radical behavior in general,” the Prime Minister added.
For the record, Georgian opposition parties announced a mass protest rally on May 15.
Reportedly, demonstrations and meetings will be held in all major cities of Georgia until that time.
“We are moving into a continuous protest mode,” said one of the United National Movement party leaders, Zaal Udumashvili.
He noted that on May 15, opposition supporters from the regions and Tbilisi will gather in front of the Georgian parliament.
By Ana Dumbadze