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August 18, 2010 / joninews

Georgia: NGO leader voices ultimatum to government

If the demand is ignored, I will lead the activities and public rallies to direct the public attention to the injustice of the government. This government has waged war against its people.

Source: Rustavi2.com.ge

The leader of the NGO Solidarity to Illegal Prisoners, former opposition leader Eka Beselia has delivered her ultimatum to the government at the briefing held at the Prime Time Press Clan today.

Beselia slammed the government for ignoring the demand, which the opposition voiced on April 30, 2010 at the rally outside the parliament. Then they demanded the release of `political prisoners`.

Beselia said two prisoners, who are serving their service for their political views and activities, Vakhtang Maisia and Melor Vachnadze went on hunger strike yesterday. Beselia accused the court of being a subject to political pressure.

“I am giving a month deadline to the government to begin the release of political prisoners. If the demand is ignored, I will lead the activities and public rallies to direct the public attention to the injustice of the government. This government has waged war against its people,” Beselia said.

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