Georgia, Tbilisi / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
Four days of protests will be held in front of diplomatic missions in Georgia and six other European countries.
Protest organizers will include opposition-party sponsored youth organizations, such as "Kartuli Dasi" and "White," and non-governmental organizations, including "Iverieli" and "Georgian emigrants."
The first protests will take place today, Sept. 5, in Krtsanisi. They will converge in front of the EU Delegation in Georgia and six European countries, including Turkey, Greece, Italy, Poland, France and Spain.
A second protest will be held in Georgia in front of the EU Delegation on Sept. 6, in front of parliament on Sept. 7, and in front of the UN office in Tbilisi on Sept. 8.
These protests are dedicated to the May 26 protests, when the opposition People's
Assembly was dispersed when it unofficially rallied in front of the Georgian parliament.
A documentary film on the May 26 rally will be shown. "The protests' goals are to remind Europe about the May 26 developments in Tbilisi and the authoritarian regime ruling Georgia," the organizers say.