Georgian security forces were driven “acoustic gun” to rave protests in Tbilisi

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Photo: David Mdzinarishvili / REUTERS

On Rustaveli Avenue in Central Tbilisi the police brought the “acoustic cannon” and water cannons intended to disperse demonstrations. About it reports “Interfax” with reference to Georgian mass media.

The guards went to take this step to prevent possible clashes between the two protests at the Parliament building of the country.

The protesters are demanding the resignation of Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili and the head of the Ministry of internal Affairs George Gakharia. The reason for their discontent was the last in the night of may 12 raids in night clubs “Basiani” and “Gallery”, which resulted in the arrest of eight people, selling drugs. Earlier during the rally, they turned to club music and started to dance.

Simultaneously with the contraction going “extremely aggressive” representatives of the extreme right and nationalist organizations

In November 2007, there was information about applying in Georgia “acoustic cannon” to disperse an opposition rally demanding the resignation of the then President Mikheil Saakashvili.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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