Georgia, Tbilisi, Aug.19 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
A number of opposition parties and vendors will begin to picket the presidential palace in Tbilisi today at 12.00 with the demand to the restore of street vendors' rights, one of the leadersof the Conservative Party Lasha Chkhartishvili told Trend.
Chkhartishvili expects that action will be large-scale and it will be attended also by refugees, which were intensively evicted from homes they lived in Tbilisi in the last week.
Chkhartishvili believes that will traffic in front of the presidential palace be blocked today because of the large number of people, so he sent a warning to Tbilisi City Hall.
After the protest in front of the presidential palace protestors will march to the Tbilisi City Hall and according to Chkhartishvili, Tbilisi's central avenues will be closed to traffic.