Georgia, Tbilisi, May 23 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
The leader of "Democratic Movement" Nino Burjanadze plans to meet with representatives of the German embassy today and inform them about the latest events in Georgia to prevent the accusations made to the opposition members of state coup and to try to free them.
"The diplomats must have true information that the rally is peaceful, constitutional and authorized," Burjanadze said in Tbilisi.
She thinks that dozens of activists of the People's Assembly, detained by police, will be charged in the attempted coup.
Burjanadze is confident of this by 95 percent, although she can not say this for sure.
The Georgian radical opposition has been holding rallies for the third day demanding the resignation of President Saakashvili. To help the opposition in Georgia promises to come a
Former companion of Saakashvili, former defense minister Irakli Okruashvili, who is hiding from the Georgian justice abroad for several years, promises to arrive in Tbilisi to help the opposition.