Today, Saakashvili's supporters will hold a rally at the court in parallel with the meeting on the case of the ex-president

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The country's largest opposition party, the United National Movement, will hold a rally on November 29 at the Tbilisi City Court, where the next hearing on the case of ex-President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili will take place.
"I think a lot of people will gather at the court, because everyone wants to express solidarity with Mikhail Saakashvili," one of the leaders of the UNM, Zaal Udumashvili, said at a briefing.
The promotion will start today on 11/29/2021 at 11:00. The "National Movement" hopes that Saakashvili will be allowed to attend the trial
"We very much hope that tomorrow Mikhail Saakashvili will be given the opportunity to appear in court for the first time after his return to Georgia and address both the court and the entire public. We are all waiting for this, and, of course, our population and supporters are waiting for this," Udumashvili said.
He assured that tomorrow's action will be a peaceful assembly, and no one plans to interfere with the staging of prisoner Saakashvili, who is currently undergoing rehabilitation in the Gori military hospital after a 50-day hunger strike.
Today, the Tbilisi City Court is to consider the case of the dispersal of the opposition rally on November 7, 2007 and the pogrom in the Imedi TV company. Saakashvili goes through it as an accused.
Earlier, the Ministry of Justice repeatedly refused Saakashvili's presence in the courtroom, based on security measures and risks of deterioration of health. As an alternative, he was offered to participate in the process remotely or hold court sessions in prison, but the politician did not want this.
Georgian Justice Minister Rati Bregadze said on November 22 that if Saakashvili's health allows, he will be able to be delivered to the courtroom. Apparently, the final decision will be made based on the recommendations of Saakashvili's attending doctors.

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Today, Saakashvili's supporters will hold a rally at the court in parallel with the meeting on the case of the ex-president

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Read: 508     11:00     29 Ноябрь 2021    

The country's largest opposition party, the United National Movement, will hold a rally on November 29 at the Tbilisi City Court, where the next hearing on the case of ex-President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili will take place.
"I think a lot of people will gather at the court, because everyone wants to express solidarity with Mikhail Saakashvili," one of the leaders of the UNM, Zaal Udumashvili, said at a briefing.
The promotion will start today on 11/29/2021 at 11:00. The "National Movement" hopes that Saakashvili will be allowed to attend the trial
"We very much hope that tomorrow Mikhail Saakashvili will be given the opportunity to appear in court for the first time after his return to Georgia and address both the court and the entire public. We are all waiting for this, and, of course, our population and supporters are waiting for this," Udumashvili said.
He assured that tomorrow's action will be a peaceful assembly, and no one plans to interfere with the staging of prisoner Saakashvili, who is currently undergoing rehabilitation in the Gori military hospital after a 50-day hunger strike.
Today, the Tbilisi City Court is to consider the case of the dispersal of the opposition rally on November 7, 2007 and the pogrom in the Imedi TV company. Saakashvili goes through it as an accused.
Earlier, the Ministry of Justice repeatedly refused Saakashvili's presence in the courtroom, based on security measures and risks of deterioration of health. As an alternative, he was offered to participate in the process remotely or hold court sessions in prison, but the politician did not want this.
Georgian Justice Minister Rati Bregadze said on November 22 that if Saakashvili's health allows, he will be able to be delivered to the courtroom. Apparently, the final decision will be made based on the recommendations of Saakashvili's attending doctors.

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