Member of the United National Movement, MP Ana Tsitlidze says she is not going to stop her hunger strike until Mikheil Saakashvili is transferred abroad for treatment.
On the 11th day of her hunger strike, she reiterates calls for the government and everyone “who can save human life” to act.
“On the 11th day of my hunger strike, I appeal again to the authorities and to all those who can save human life, to transfer president Saakashvili for treatment, I am not going to stop the protest, I am continuing and I am strong,” said Ana Tsitlidze.
The doctor of the ambulance brigade, Giorgi Javakhadze, says Tsitlidze’s physiological condition is serious. The emergency doctor said in a conversation with journalists that her health was being monitored 24 hours a day.
“At this stage, vital and hemodynamic parameters are moderate. The physiological status of the patient was qualified as serious,” said Giorgi Javakhadze.
National Movement deputy Ana Tsitlidze is on hunger strike in the Parliament as a sign of protest. In this way, she is demanding that the third president of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili, be taken abroad for medical treatment.
Three other members of the UNM, Davit Kirkitadze, Abdul Ismailov and Temur Janashia, called off their hunger strike due to health problems.