Georgia, Tbilisi, June 24 / Trend , N. Kirtskhalia/
Leader of the Conservative Party Kakha Kukava says hundreds of people will go out to streets in autumn again and the "opposition will have to make a decision that it did not do so far due to love for motherland."
He said this week they will set deadline for authorities to release political prisoners.
Kukava warned the government that protest action will subside due to hot weather. "They must remember that summer is followed by autumn. This time we will adopt a decision because of love for motherland and will bring in the final sentence upon the current government," Kukava said.
He said one of the large-scale demonstrations will be staged in July when U.S. Vice President will trip to Tbilisi. "Let the whole world to see what Georgian people is willing," Kukava said.
Many representatives of the public and other opposition parties have accused radicals on numerous occasions of an attempt to overthrow the government.
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