Fight in Gori – head of administration uses a bin full of manure
11 October, 2018
There was an incident yesterday in Gori municipality, Georgia at the entrance of the municipality building. Several young people covered stairs of the entrance with cereals and manure and urged Gori mayor Konstantine Tavzarasvili to resign.

According to the demonstrators, the reason for their requirement was a behavior from the mayor, who made an ambiguous statement about the 2008 August war between Georgia and Russia and called then secretary of state Condoleezza Rice Zangi (or nigger).

Head of the Gori municipality
administration Teimuraz Manvelishvili put a garbage bin on a head of Giga Makarashvili in front of the municipality building. The bin was full of manure and cereals.

After the incident, demonstrators entered the building and urged the mayor and the head of the administration to resign.

Demonstrators are urging resignation of the Gori mayor and sued the head of the administration.

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