Today we are all here as members of one big party, motherland for which it is worth struggling – Aleko Elisashvili, Leader of Citizens party said during the protest ongoing at Rustaveli Avenue.
According to Elisashvili, every person who arrived at the protest demonstrates that the blood of ancestors, who struggled for freedom, is running in their veins.
“The person, who lives in the surrounding of sharks, should understand that Georgians did not go extinct. We live with love for freedom,” Elisashvili claimed.
Oppositional parties are holding protest at central Rustaveli Avenue in Tbilisi. The protest participants object to the results of October 31, 2020 parliamentary elections.
The opposition has three demands: Holding of snap parliamentary elections, resignation of Chairperson of Central Election Commission and release of political prisoners.
The second round of a dialogue held between the ruling Georgian Dream Party and the opposition at the residence of U.S. Ambassador to Georgia with the mediation of U.S. Ambassador and Head of EU Delegation in Georgia ended with no tangible results.