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Georgian Opposition Calls For President's Resignation

Supporters of the Justice Party at a demonstration in March 2006 (file photo) (InterPressNews) May 25, 2006 -- Some 2,000 people today called for the resignation of Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili at a rally in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi.

Among those at the demonstration were supporters of the Justice Party of former State Security Minister Igor Giorgadze, who is wanted in Georgia for his alleged involvement in an assassination attempt against Saakashvili's predecessor as president, Eduard Shevardnadze.


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