Georgian security forces were driven “acoustic gun” to rave protests in Tbilisi

Rustaveli Avenue in Central Tbilisi the police brought the “acoustic cannon” and water cannons intended to disperse demonstrations. It is reported “Interfax” citing the Georgian media.

the Guards went to take this step to prevent possible clashes between the two protests at the Parliament building of the country.

Protesters are demanding the resignation of Prime Minister George Kvirikashvili and head interior Ministry George Gakharia. The reason for their discontent became past on the night of may 12 raids in night clubs “Basiani” and “Gallery”, which resulted in the arrest of eight people, selling drugs. Earlier during the rally, they turned to club music and started to dance.

at the same time them on the contraction gathered “extremely aggressive” representatives of the extreme right and nationalist organizations