Thousands of protesters have been rallying for several days now in Georgia with the goal to overthrow President Mikhail Saakashvili. The opposition has vowed to take radical action by Wednesday saying that the current regime must go by then. Russia has condemned the dispersal of demonstrations with tear-gas and rubber bullets, saying it violates fundamental human rights. Opposition parties claim early elections are needed to stop what they're calling a "criminal" regime leading the country to disaster. The main opposition leader Nino Burdzhanadze told RT that people will continue to protest even if the government uses force.
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