( Civil ) - Thousands of protesters have formed a human chain down the length of the Parliament building, as protests entered its fourth day on November 5.
"We should bring what we have started to its end. For this reason it is of vital important to be well-organized and to have a plan and to keep unity," Davit Usupashvili, the leader of opposition Republican Party, told the crowed of protester outside the Parliament on November 5. "We should remain focused on this building - the Parliament - and personally on Nino Burjanadze, the Parliamentary Chairperson, who according to the constitution is responsible to assume responsibilities because the President can not or is not performing his duties any more."
"After Saakashvili's statement it became clear that we should not have demanded the President's resignation, because as it turned out we no longer have the President. We call on the international community, foreign diplomatic corps accredited in Georgia to find out what is happening: President is no longer capable of performing his presidential duties, or someone is barring him to perform these duties?" Usupashvili said.
Another opposition leader, MP Zviad Dzidziguri, from the Conservative Party, said: "It seems that [an influential lawmaker from the ruling party Giga] Bokeria is the President of this country and Mikheil Saakashvili"
Opposition leaders have also warned protesters to be "extremely cautious" and not to yield to possible provocations.