Georgian opposition resume protest rally at parliament
Representatives of opposition parties and civic activists have resumed demonstrations in Tbilisi aimed to re-block the parliament of Georgia and prevent legislators enter the building.
Having gathered in front of the parliament yesterday, they marched around the building in attempt to re-block it. However, police, who were present at parliament since morning, prevented them from doing so.
After the peaceful march around the legislative body, politicians and activists returned to the main venue in front of the parliament building and addressed the crowd, calling on them to continue protest until their demands are met, Agenda.ge reported.
Several tents have been placed in front of the parliament on Rustaveli Avenue as some of the demonstrators are staying overnight there not to let ruling party MPs attend the plenary session.