About Civil.ge
Eng | Geo | Rus
Last updated: 10:55 - 1 May.'18
Manifesto of Unity
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 27 Mar.'09 / 18:31

The authorities have brought the state’s development into a deadlock in a recent period. The country is in the condition of deep political, economic and social crisis. Continuing violations of human rights by the authorities; infringement on private property rights; the judiciary system’s fall into decay and finally dragging Georgia into the military provocation staged and initiated by Russia in August 2008 has triggered hopelessness and nihilism, as well as mistrust in the large part of the population.

Mikheil Saakashvili resigns and holding of the early presidential elections are required first of all in order to save the country’s future.

Only afterwards it will be possible to build a democratic, legal state, where the rule of law will be established, the judiciary will be independent and fair and the fundamental rights of each citizen will be protected. 

We reaffirm, that on April 9, 2009 we will launch a peaceful protest rally through which we will achieve Mikheil Saakashvili’s resignation from the post of the president and appointment of early presidential elections.

At the same time, we also affirm that:

  1. This protest rally expresses the will of large part of the country’s population;
  2. The rally will be peaceful and will be held in frames of the constitution;
  3. We will act in accordance with the people’s will and through the agreement with the people;
  4. Action plans of the civil society groups and political forces participating in the rally will be agreed and coordinated with each other;
  5. We, the faithful to the manifesto, pledge our respect and cooperation to the politicians, political groups and representatives of the society participating in the rally. At the same time, we offer co-participation in the process of building free and democratic state to all those supporters and members of the present authorities, who will timely share our aspirations.

We believe that our country will firmly take the path of democratic development in the near future as a result of wise, reasonable, united and target-oriented actions, as well as through the support of the international community.

Latest News
01 May.'18 10:55
We Have Moved to a New Platform
Direct Your Bookmarks to https://civil.ge.
29 Apr.'18 03:54
Ruling Party Candidate Wins MP By-Elections
Givi Chichinadze will represent Vani and Khoni single-mandate constituency in the Parliament of Georgia.
28 Apr.'18 09:40
Polls Open for Vani and Khoni MP By-Elections
48,123 voters are eligible to cast their ballots in Vani and Khoni single-mandate constituency.
27 Apr.'18 17:23
State Dept’s Europe Affairs Point Man to Visit Tbilisi
Wess Mitchell will meet senior government officials and address the NATO-Georgia Public Diplomacy Forum.
27 Apr.'18 13:45
In Quotes: Georgian Politicians on Ex-PM Bidzina Ivanishvili’s Comeback
Bidzina Ivanishvili will be approved as the Georgian Dream party chairman at the upcoming convention.
26 Apr.'18 18:15
SG Jens Stoltenberg: Georgia NATO’s ‘Very Close’ Partner
The NATO Secretary General says Foreign Ministers meeting tomorrow will recognize the country’s progress.
26 Apr.'18 14:24
Ex-PM Ivanishvili to Chair Georgian Dream Party
Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili said Ivanishvili was ‘best equipped’ to add new dynamism to the party.
26 Apr.'18 11:12
Lawmaker Proposes Criminal Liability for ‘Insult of Religious Feelings’
The parliamentary human rights committee decided to set up a working group for scrutinizing the draft law.
25 Apr.'18 17:21
New Abkhaz Government Head Appointed
Gennady Gagulia has served as the Abkhaz “prime minister” twice - in 1995-1997, and 2002-2003.
25 Apr.'18 14:43
Watchdog Improves Georgia’s Press Freedom Ranking
None of the countries of the former Soviet Union (except the Baltics) are ranked ahead of Georgia.

About Civil Georgia
Civil.Ge © 2001-2019, Daily News Online
Registered office: 2 Dolidze Str, 4-th Floor.