"There is a consensus - no crowded rally is planned in front of the parliament," one of the leaders of "European Georgia," Gigi Ugulava, said after the opposition parties' meeting.
According to Ugulava, another meeting will take place tomorrow in the office of the "Labor Party," after which the opposition will talk about its plans.
"Tomorrow, at 14:00, there will be a meeting at the Labor Party office, where all the parties will be represented. We have discussed a few ideas and will talk about the plans tomorrow.
In the traditional sense, there will be no rallies in front of the parliament on Rustaveli Avenue. We want to meet with representatives of different sectors and are also planning to meet with business representatives. The topic of conversation will naturally be - the protest movement, why we think that we cannot enter this parliament, and of course, Covid regulations because we see the collapse of the economy, to which the government does not respond at all. What we have witnessed is killing the economy," Gigi Ugulava said.