After it became known that the first session of the parliament of the new convocation would take place June 7, The United Opposition of Georgia is now going to start a protest rally at the building of the supreme legislative body of Georgia on Rustaveli Avenue in Tbilisi tonight at midnight.Gazeta.ru reported that it was announced by one of the opposition leaders, Kakha Kukava. “We will start the protest rally today,” Kukava said.
Today Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili signed a decree on holding the session of the new parliament (which was elected May 21) on June 7.
Earlier the first session of the parliament was supposed to be scheduled for June 9 or 10. This is the day that protest rally was scheduled for, when they were supposed to set up a “corridor of shame” for the colleagues who will be entering the building of the Georgian parliament.