The opposition United National Movement party and its supporters are holding a rally in Tbilisi outside the parliament building, demanding that former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili be taken to a civilian clinic and then released. The footage of the rally is broadcast live on Tuesday by the Georgian TV channel Mtavari Arkhi.
Those gathered outside the parliament are waiting for the speech of the chairman of the National Movement, Nika Melia, who plans to announce their plan of action. The situation in the parliament is calm. Car traffic on Rustaveli Avenue, on which the legislature is located, is open. The mobilization of law enforcement officers is observed in the courtyard of the parliament. Employees of the Department for Special Assignments of the Ministry of Internal Affairs have been pulled there.
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