Georgia, Tbilisi /corr. Trend N.Kirskhalia / Demonstrations in democratic countries are normally accepted, the main fact is not to break the law, said the Head of 'Open society - Georgia', politician David Darchiashvili.
The combined opposition of Georgia highlighted its intention to hold mass demonstrations to ensure the right of Imedi TV channel to broadcast and to free those detained after the dispersal of demonstrations in Tbilisi on 7 November. The opposition upholds its requirements of the November demonstrations: " Georgia without President", "Parity Central Election Commission" and "Freeing Political Prisoners".
Permanent demonstrations are normal during the pre-election period, Darchiashvili reported to Trend on 21 November.
Touching upon the accessibility to demonstrations in Georgia during the pre-election period, Darchiashvili said that it is an issue of taste. "Each political force itself decides how to hold pre-election campaigns. It is an issue of taste," the politician said.