Georgian police used rubber bullets and water cannons in Tbilisi 23:02

Georgian police began using rubber bullets to disperse a rally against the law on foreign agents in Tbilisi. This was reported by RIA News referring to his own correspondent.

Then, after numerous rounds of rubber bullets, Georgian security forces also used water cannon and began to push the protesters out of Rustaveli Boulevard in front of the parliament building.

The injured are treated by medical teams within the scope of special measures. Georgian police continue to make arrests at the rally.

Before that, Anna Tsitlidze, Member of the Georgian Parliament from the opposition party “United National Movement” suffered Protesters against the bill on foreign agents scuffle with police near the legislative building in Tbilisi.

Georgian MPs on the afternoon of April 30 started In the second meeting, to evaluate the foreign agents law. Legislators plan to discuss the document clause by clause, which takes a lot of time. In this context, the meeting can continue the next day.

Previously Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili expressed We hope that rallies against the law on foreign agents will continue.

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Source: Gazeta

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