The opposition decided at a meeting today to temporarily postpone the planned protests until negotiations between the government and the opposition are underway. Paata Manjgaladze, one of the members of the Strategy Aghmashenebeli, stated after the meeting.
According to Manjgaladze, the car rally planned will be held tomorrow.
"In order not to give the government additional grounds and reasons to refuse or disrupt the talks, the opposition has decided to temporarily postpone the planned rallies until the end of the negotiation process, set for March 16. We know that the "National Movement" has a specific situation because the chairperson has been arrested, and they can hold rallies on condition that they do not come into contact with the administrative building and the police. The rally planned for tomorrow will take place, after which other rallies planned will be postponed. The March 13 rally got reportedly postponed to the 20th. We are waiting for the results of the negotiations," said Paata Manjgaladze stated.