Georgia, Tbilisi, Sept. 9 / Trend N. Kirtzkhalia /
Nearly a million people took part in a congress of the ruling party - United National Movement in 11 cities across the country, Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili said in Tbilisi on the final day of the congress of the party.
For the whole day, the President of Georgia and leader of the UNM Mikheil Saakashvili visited eight cities.
"All day I ask myself, what brought out so many people. I call different numbers, saying that it was up to a million people, never in our history or in the period of the national movement or during the" Rose Revolution "so much people did not stand together, President Saakashvili said in front of 20 thousand party activists gathered at the Palace in Tbilisi.
According to him, on October 1 is a referendum on the question "do we want freedom and the future."
"There is no question of the party split. We want freedom and the future for our children. And we will do it. Our enemy has resorted to full mobilization ... what he could not achieve through war and embargo, he decided to get through elections but Georgia did not sold, "- Saakashvili said.
He said that in the spring of this year, Russia send to Georgia two billion dollars to pro-Russian forces for defeatin election or otherwise, after the defeat to organize an armed provocation.
"That will not happen and the enemy's plans fell through after our people today took to the streets in our support," he said.
According to him, today is a response to the lie that the Georgians do not want freedom.
The participants of the congress in Tbilisi turned prime minister Interior Minister, the Speaker of Parliament David Bakradze and Gigi Ugulava.
Saakashvili and Merabishvili Congress signed an agreement with the public at the end of congress, which contains 4 items: issued to all families in Georgia in the form of aid 1000 Lares ($ 1 = 1.65 lari) voucher, to invest billion lari in the development of the villages, defeat unemployment and provide free health care by giving free insurance.
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