In "democratic" Georgia, special forces police dispersed protesters with batons and water cannons


In Georgia, a country of triumphant democracy and pride in the form of transparent-walled police stations, law enforcement officers have begun a violent crackdown on the protest. Protesters blocked the parliament building, and, according to local sources, they did not allow the president to leave the cafe for several hours, keeping the doors closed.


The dispersal of the protest began in the early morning - around 5: 00 local time. When the police special forces appeared in the center of Tbilisi, the protesters, remaining in their places, raised their hands, but this did not help them. Democratic Georgian police cracked down on protesters with water jets. The preliminary high ranks of the Georgian police demanded that the protesters unblock the building and free the square and streets.

During the dispersal of the protest, 28 people were detained. Three people in the process of actions of the police special forces received various kinds of bodily injuries.

Over the past 10 days, this is the second use of Tbilisi police force against protesters. In addition to water cannons, police special forces use rubber batons and other special equipment. During the November 18 rally, 37 people were detained. Those detained by the police eventually received, by court order, up to 13 days of arrest. Main article: disobedience to police.
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  1. shark 26 November 2019 09: 24 New
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    What's again? Who else sat in that chair?
    1. Alexander Petrov1 26 November 2019 09: 32 New
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      But what about the EU’s criticism of the protests in Moscow ?, like, well, very harsh?
      1. Hunter 2 26 November 2019 09: 38 New
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        Demands of protesters, resignation of the government, transition to a mixed electoral system and early elections!
        Here is the result - batons and water cannons! And everything is OK ... I can imagine how much the howl would rise if Our bulk were so piled! laughing
        Critics of the bloody regime and other revolutionaries - take note! yes angry
        1. Altona 26 November 2019 15: 02 New
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          Quote: Hunter 2
          Here is the result - batons and water cannons! And everything is OK ... I can imagine how much the howl would rise if Our bulk were so piled!

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          The police selectively used special equipment in protests in Moscow, 1500 thousand people were detained. You do not know? Well, about the howling, for some reason, howling about the murdered citizen Romanov, the former all-Russian autocrat, is still heard. I understand that you are a supporter of a harsh police dictatorship. And in general any kind of Pinochetism.
          1. Dart2027 26 November 2019 19: 33 New
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            Quote: Altona
            Police selectively used special equipment in protests in Moscow

            What were people watered with water cannons?
            Quote: Altona
            1500 thousand people were detained

            And then what happened?
            Quote: Altona
            I understand that you are a supporter of a harsh police dictatorship. And in general any kind of Pinochetism.

            Yes, yes, yes ... I don’t know how to sing this song for how many years .. True, there used to be Stalinism.
      2. seti 26 November 2019 09: 44 New
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        Quote: Alexander Petrov1
        But what about the EU’s criticism of the protests in Moscow ?, like, well, very harsh?

        The raven will not peck out the crow. And the batons are probably democratic.
        As Comrade Stalin once said, “I always thought that democracy is the power of the people. But Comrade Roosevelt lucidly explained to me that democracy is the power of the American people.
      3. rich 26 November 2019 09: 45 New
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        Protests arose after the Georgian parliament did not pass a bill on constitutional amendments on November 14. According to it, the parliamentary elections in 2020 should be held in full according to a proportional system, according to which they will vote only on party lists.
        curious pattern: the more and more aggressively a country disperses rallies of its own protesters, the louder it condemns Russia / China / Venezuela / Iran for measures to prevent riots and arrest hooligans.
      4. earth curvature 26 November 2019 10: 12 New
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        But in Russia, the protesters blocked the State Duma and did not allow the president to leave the building?
        1. DEDPIHTO 26 November 2019 11: 06 New
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          Quote: curvature of the earth
          But in Russia, the protesters blocked the State Duma and did not allow the president to leave the building?
          You can’t take ours to an arap, he leaves the capital before the protest rallies. And the rest they disperse and delay almost the same, only until they get to the water cannons .. well, so serious people haven’t taken to the streets yet. winked
        2. Volodin 26 November 2019 11: 08 New
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          Quote: curvature of the earth
          But in Russia, the protesters blocked the State Duma and did not allow the president to leave the building?

          Notice from the cafe building. Our president, apparently, has enough of the Kremlin canteen)))
          And about the blocking of the Duma: if the deputies find a way to get into it, then they can exit at any time convenient for them ...
          1. earth curvature 26 November 2019 12: 17 New
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            I understood.
            In other words, if the Russian president wanted to visit a cafe and the crowd wouldn’t let him out, would the police not disperse them? Well, Russia, unlike Georgia, is a truly democratic country, without quotes?
            By the way, you don’t know, in totalitarian Georgia they’ll be taken to the precinct for reading on Constitution Street?
    2. Svarog 26 November 2019 09: 40 New
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      Democracy is just the power of democrats .. and democrats do this everywhere ..
      1. Altona 26 November 2019 15: 10 New
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        Quote: Svarog
        Democracy is just the power of democrats ..

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        In a bourgeois state, democracy is a corrupt girl of the ruling class, to use the rough language of propaganda. That is, it goes to the one who has more money.
  2. tihonmarine 26 November 2019 09: 26 New
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    In Georgia, a country of triumphant democracy and pride in the form of transparent-walled police stations, law enforcement officers have begun a violent crackdown on the protest.
    Beautiful words about democracy and freedom were spoiled with a club in their faces.
    1. Uncle lee 26 November 2019 09: 37 New
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      dispersed protesters with batons and water cannons
      This is still affectionate! The Georgians remembered the infrasound guns well - they fled in horror and their heads cracked for more than a week!
  3. Vitaly Tsymbal 26 November 2019 09: 27 New
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    In a democratic country, democratic police democratically dispersed the democratic protests of the democratic opposition against democratic power, democratic protests and the actions of democratic police are reflected in the democratic media, which democratically blamed the democratic oligarchs lol Well, nowadays such democratic democracy among the democratic "Georgians" is what Georgians are called in the American democratic manner ...
    1. Altona 26 November 2019 15: 07 New
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      Quote: Vitaliy Tsymbal
      Well, this democracy is now democratic

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      And what is the difference between "democracy" in Georgia and "democracy" in Russia or Ukraine? The same eggs are absolutely. One and the same bourgeois system plus or minus. And about batons and water cannons, the banter is quite inappropriate. Already today, the Russian Guard and the police are conducting discussions on the subject of shooting at protesters and breaking heads. So it's not evening yet.
  4. Mountain shooter 26 November 2019 09: 29 New
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    Hot Georgians ... It's hard for them to live there. A country with European ambitions in the backyards. Adjara is slowly occupying Turkey. Abkhazia and South Ossetia were lost forever ... They feel that a polar furry animal is approaching, and will be worn out ... Not knowing what to actually do ...
    1. tihonmarine 26 November 2019 10: 13 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      It’s hard for them to live there. A country with European ambitions in the backyards. Turkey is slowly taking Adjara

      Georgia Europe, Turkey with Adjara Europe. So soon, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan will become with European ambitions.
  5. Boozer 26 November 2019 09: 30 New
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    Georgia needs to take an example from Kyrgyzstan. They removed the US base, entered the EAEU and that’s all, the entire protest contingent went to work in Russia and Kazakhstan. Atambayev tried to organize something, now he is sitting in a pre-trial detention center.
    1. Rwmos 26 November 2019 10: 34 New
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      Georgia takes a long time ... As if taken from the end taken
  6. rotmistr60 26 November 2019 09: 31 New
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    police special forces dispersed protesters with batons and water cannons
    The Georgian authorities personally cause me only negative emotions. But they decided to disperse only after the president was unable to leave the cafe? And the fact that the parliament was previously blocked did not bother? Georgia, like Ukraine, has developed a taste for riots and violent overthrow of power. Which in the end will lead to even more deplorable results than those that are already available.
    1. tihonmarine 26 November 2019 10: 19 New
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      Quote: rotmistr60
      Georgia, like Ukraine, has developed a taste for riots and violent overthrow of power.

      Power is changing as in the civil war of 1918-1922. Either red, now white, then Makhnovists, Petliurites, Skoropadovites, Radovtsy, and of course green (in Ukraine, they especially love greenfinch). That's just there is no power.
  7. 7,62h54 26 November 2019 09: 33 New
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    This has never happened, and here again
  8. Aleksandre 26 November 2019 09: 37 New
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    Democratic gebnya accelerates a totalitarian demonstration, but we must understand wassat
  9. rocket757 26 November 2019 10: 02 New
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    Interestingly, and then someone works? What and how do they live? Where did Zin come from?
  10. Invoce 26 November 2019 10: 17 New
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    "Wah-wah, and what a torrent for us?" "... we are democratic and support Americans against Russia"
  11. Rwmos 26 November 2019 10: 31 New
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    I don’t remember directly when I saw such a picture for the first time ...
  12. Good_Anonymous 26 November 2019 10: 58 New
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    Three people in the process of actions of the police special forces received various kinds of bodily injuries.


    How many "commandos" have suffered unbearable suffering?
  13. DPN
    DPN 26 November 2019 11: 03 New
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    They learned from the mistakes of the USSR and took the path of the PRC, they just want to save their country.
    1. Gray brother 26 November 2019 11: 16 New
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      they just want to save their country.

      They have fallen in love with it for a long time - Georgia cannot be called a sovereign state. The Brussels Liberda sent them to the President)))

      Generally a shame:
      "Since 1974, she has been working in the French Foreign Ministry system.

      In 1974-1977 she was the third secretary of the French embassy in Italy, in 1977-1980 - the second secretary of the permanent mission of France to the UN.

      From 1980 to 1984, she worked as an employee of the center for analysis and forecasting of the central apparatus of the foreign ministry.

      From 1984 to 1988, she was the first secretary of the French Embassy in the United States.

      From 1989 to 1992, she served as second secretary of the embassy in Chad.

      In 1992, she was appointed First Secretary of the French Permanent Mission to NATO, in 1993 - Deputy French Permanent Representative to the European Union.

      Since 1996, she was technical adviser to the cabinet of the ministry, and since 1997, she was an inspector of the French Foreign Ministry.

      From 1998 to 2001, she worked in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for strategy, security and disarmament.

      In 2001, she was appointed head of the General Secretariat of the French National Defense for International Affairs and Strategy [3] [5] [7].

      In 2003, she became Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France to Georgia. "

      I can’t imagine that a foreign ambassador would become president. fool
  14. EnGenius 26 November 2019 11: 12 New
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    They wanted freedom - they got the freedom of a strict regime. Whoever violates the regime receives a club on the head.
  15. NBV
    NBV 26 November 2019 11: 29 New
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    Democracy is a process and way of thinking, and not a one-time act that is not prescribed by decrees. The rule of law and respect for human rights. Police demonstrations and actions are both sides of the same democratic process. Georgia, obviously, has already made its civilizational choice.
  16. romb 26 November 2019 11: 34 New
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    Come on, you are indignant at allegedly lawlessness in Georgian.
    I’m wondering what the Russian Guard and the police would do if the same protesters in Moscow:
    .. blocked the parliament building, and also, according to local sources, they did not allow the president of the country (that is, GDP) to leave the cafe for several hours, keeping the doors closed.

    I’m sure it wouldn’t end there with water cannons and batons.
  17. Old Orc 26 November 2019 11: 35 New
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    Since in Georgia, the ACKNOWLEDGED democracy, anyone who opposes this is a representative of the future totalitarian government, and therefore it can be preventively beaten right now. this does not violate the logic of democracy.
  18. restless 26 November 2019 11: 50 New
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    And silence, why liberal democrats do not cry. , I enlightened, did not send money. As always, nothing personal only - business ....
  19. DAC scratch 26 November 2019 12: 01 New
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    "In Georgia, the country of a victorious democracy," oh, can someone explain to me how democracy is connected with the police?
  20. Fevralsk. Morev 26 November 2019 12: 19 New
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    I didn’t let the president leave the cafe ... and our president had an ice cream saleswoman, a trusted person.
  21. Okolotochny 26 November 2019 12: 22 New
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    Where is the Professor who cries forever that "barbaric Russia oppresses Georgians and Ukrainians"? Doesn’t want to comment on the article?
  22. Zaurbek 26 November 2019 12: 47 New
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    And the "grass" seems to have been allowed. What is the rebellion?
  23. iouris 27 November 2019 14: 04 New
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    Yes, it is a democracy. Any democracy is only worth something when it is with batons and water cannons. Here in the USSR until 1985 there were no batons and water cannons, and then democracy came.