Opposition’s Pre-protest Preparation: Broadcast … What?

Two major opposition parties,  the Movement for a United Georgia and the Conservative Party, managed to gather in front of the Georgian Public Broadcaster Wednesday afternoon demanding that the former government-owned, current public TV station, broadcast the next day’s  April protests 9th against the Saakashvili administration live.

But what exactly will the TV station be showing on April 9?

Read how some opposition groups are preparing for Thursday’s April 9 protests, in a report filed by GIPA students Keti Ebanoidze, Keti Vashagashvili, Giorgi Pkhachiasvili, and Ia Gavasheli:



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