Nika Melia, the main opposition leader in Georgia, was detained in a raid of hundreds of police officers to the party headquarters.
Melia’s supporters hold demonstrations in front of government buildings demanding the opposition leader’s immediate release and early elections. Opponents also set up tents before parliament.
It is reported that the police used tear gas against the protesters in front of the parliament building during the protests in the capital Tbilisi. Opposition parties called for large-scale demonstrations to protest Melia’s detention. The US and British embassies in Tbilisi condemned her detention.
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