Georgia: Demands for PM's resignation persist following nightclubs drug search

Hundreds of people continued to rally in front of the parliament in Tbilisi on Sunday, condemning the level of force used during the special operation carried out by the Ministry of Internal Affairs at the nightclubs and demanding the resignation of Georgian Interior Minister Giorgi Gakharia and Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili. Earlier in the day, the protest organisers met with Gakharia in... Еще the Georgian parliament, during which the country's interior minister reportedly apologised and vowed to investigate the details of the anti-drug raid on the nightclubs. Following the talks, the protest organisers reportedly agreed to stop the action. On Sunday evening, Kvirikashvili urged protesters to calm down during a televised address.

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