In the administration of the government of Georgia, an action is taking place in support of the third president Mikheil Saakashvili. The police were mobilized on the spot.
Supporters and allies of the third president gathered near the building. As the head of the "United National Movement" Levan Khabeishvili stated, a briefing will be held today at 21:00 at the party's headquarters, where the public will be informed of the schedule of future protests. He emphasized that the protest will not stop as long as Saakashvili continues to be killed "on Putin's orders."
"Putin's servants, Bidzin Ivanishvili and his puppet regime must realize that very difficult days lie ahead. There will be a protest wherever these people are. They will no longer be able to gather as calmly, conduct briefings as calmly as before. Also, I would like to inform the public that today, at 9:00 p.m., we will provide the public with information about specific locations [of actions], specific hours and days in different regions and cities of Georgia.
Starting tomorrow, there will be protests everywhere, including in the capital, including near the house of Bidzina Ivanishvili, Garibashvili, Bregadze, various state institutions, various cities and districts. Everyone should know perfectly well that this protest will continue as long as we are in a situation where the commander-in-chief who is fighting against Putin is being killed on Putin's orders. They will have to fall asleep and wake up with police cordons and special forces," Khabeishvili was quoted as saying by SOVA.
On February 6, the Tbilisi City Court refused to postpone the execution of the sentence in the case of the former president of Georgia, Mykhailo Saakashvili. The decision was announced by judge Giorgiy Arevadze, thus not satisfying the request of Saakashvili's lawyers.
According to Shalva Khachapuridze, the lawyer of the third president of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili, the lawyers will challenge the judge in the European Court of Human Rights.
The day before, the new head of the "United National Movement" party, Levan Khabeishvili, announced at a briefing that the National Unity Party would stop working in the parliament and go into emergency mode.