"What they are going to do tomorrow, October 27, will be just another nail in the Georgian Dream coffin," Nika Melia, the opposition leader and Tbilisi mayoral candidate, told reporters when responding to a rally announced by the ruling party tomorrow.
As Melia points out, on October 30, the whole of Tbilisi, we have to go to the polling stations.
"Yesterday, what we saw near the Rustavi prison by the Georgian Dream party reminded me, and not only me, of Tbilisi in the 90s. I am sure that everyone, who had the opportunity to see this footage, thought that it is the Georgia that I no longer want, this is the Georgia where I do not want to return.
On October 30, the whole of Tbilisi, we have to go to the polling stations. In my opinion, what they are going to do tomorrow, October 27, will be another nail in the Georgian Dream coffin.
Nothing is hidden in this small country. We all know that accountants, chancellery employees, cleaners, public servants are being forcibly taken to streets, whether they like it or not. We have seen this film, when a person forcibly brought to the rally tells you with his/her eyes - yes, they forced me to come to Freedom Square, but in a few days there will be elections and I will give them a worthy answer. This must end after October 30. No political party should have the opportunity to force a public servant to attend various political rallies against his/her will. After the election on October 30, we will all celebrate a multifaceted victory, including the victory over this coercion," Melia said.