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“The first thing we need is change”, Tina Khidasheli says

Georgia Today’s interview with one of the leaders of the Alliance for Georgia

Author: Nana Sajaia

Georgia Today: This morning President Saakashvili called upon opposition for the dialogue, would you confirm readiness for the dialogue?

Tina Khidasheli: We have announced opposition’s  readiness for the dialogue several times, but one should be stressed: we are ready to have a direct dialogue with the President Saakashvili, not his envoys. If he personally is ready to sit down and have the direct dialogue, he should set the time and place. We have voiced our will many times, we want to speak directly with the President, not the penitentiary minister, or somebody like that. Today, he started talking about the dialogue, I’m sure the public will make him speak about more details soon.

10 April Fri 2009, 21:05:50

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Opposition Leaders for Public Talks with Saakashvili

Author: Nina Akhmeteli

Irakli Alasania a leader of the Alliance for Georgia told the protesters that opposition leaders are for public meeting with President Saakashvili.

10 April Fri 2009, 20:00:36

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The Police allows the demonstration to lock the Streets, Tkeshelashvili says

Author: Tamar Kikacheishvili

Eka Tkeshelashvili, the head of the national security council, claims that even if the demonstrators block the three main parts of the city, the police will allow them to demonstrate. Even though no changes will be implemented in the governmental plans, she added: “Government is motivated to have a dialogue with opposition and president also stated this,” said Tkeshelashvili.

10 April Fri 2009, 19:40:15

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The Protests Broadens in Tbilisi.

Author: Nina Akhmeteli

After the expiration term of the twenty four hours ultimatum, Georgian opposition announced about broadening their protests and reiterated their position to rally till the end - unless President resigns.

10 April Fri 2009, 18:56:40

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"We will stay here until he resigns"

Author: Liene Veide

Georgia Today has conducted street polls at Rustaveli avenue, asking people about their expectations of protest rallies. They stress they will keep on rallies until Mikhail Saakashvili resigns, however they aren’t sure about the next potential government

10 April Fri 2009, 18:26:15

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Peter Semneby Visit Public Advocacy Office

Author: Anna Chichinadze

Peter Semneby, EU special representative in South Caucasus visited NGO Coalition office at noon today. After the meeting with the members of the coalition he stated, “Information received from any source is important to have a broad picture of the current events.” He also expressed his hope that the demonstration will continue peacefully and in constitutional frames. If the demonstration turns into negotiations between the political leaders, it will be the good result for the rallies – concludes Semneby.

10 April Fri 2009, 18:23:35

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Independent Experts’ Club Appeal for Prevention of Violence

Author: Tamar Kikacheishvili

Safety of the society taking part into the demonstration should be the main concern for the government officials and opposition as well, claimed independent experts’ club in the afternoon.

The expert of political sciences claimed that in purpose to prevent the violence they are making their observation and monitor about the ongoing political processes.

10 April Fri 2009, 18:18:53

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President’s Response to Protesters–No Alternatives to Dialogue

Author: Nina Akhmeteli

Georgian President, Mikheil Saakashvili, reiterated his commitment to dialogue in his televised speech on April 10.

Yesterday, Georgian opposition, on behalf of society, gave the President twenty four hours to respond to their ultimatum. The opposition leaders said they will voice their further action plan after the government responds to the ultimatum. Protesters demanded the resignation of the President and proclaimed rallies to be continued until their goal is reached.

10 April Fri 2009, 17:24:11

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Statement of President Mikheil Saakashvili

The Communication Office of the President of Georgia released   President’s statement on April 10.

10 April Fri 2009, 17:17:07

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