Report: Georgia opposition sets talks' ultimatum

A Georgian news report said an opposition leader demanded that President Mikhail Saakashvili agree to a face-to-face meeting by Sunday evening to avoid an escalation between the two sides.

Both sides agreed to talks after a clash between police and opposition protesters injured dozens Wednesday and threatened to plunge the country into violence. Negotiations ended without an agreement on a direct meeting with Saakashvili, ensuring the standoff will persist.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Georgian people are tired of being patsies for a leadership which threw this country under a bus, courtesy of the botched invasion of South Ossetia last year, and have decided that they will be heard.

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