Opposition supporters who disagree with the results of the parliamentary elections began to gather in the center of the Georgian capital Tbilisi, and representatives of opposition parties also came to the protest.
Protesters gather under the Georgian Parliament building, now they have blocked traffic on Rustaveli Avenue. While the opposition is behaving peacefully, there were no clashes with the security forces.
Recall that on Saturday, October 31, parliamentary elections were held in Georgia. According to preliminary voting results, the ruling Georgian dream party wins, while the opposition force United national movement takes second place. The opposition has already declared its intention not to recognize the election results and called on its supporters to come out to protest.