Saakashvili announces 'Impeachment March' for February 4
Leader of the New Forces Movement party, former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili has announced plans to hold a new "Impeachment March" for February 4, which was last held in Kyiv on December 17 last year.
"On February 4 we will meet in Kyiv at 12:00. And we will probably go from Shevchenko Park, and then there will be a big meeting on Maidan. We will show strength, show that there are people, and we will allow rob the country anymore," he said on the air of the News One TV channel on Friday.
Saakashvili intends to efficiently use the time when staying under house arrest from 22:00 every day. "Now I'm finishing my film about Ukraine's future, its new state system, development of tourism, economy, crisis recovery," he said.
The politician is thinking about organizing a "something like a television studio" in an apartment that he rents in Kyiv.
Saakashvili also stressed that he loves Kyiv, and now he will have the opportunity to hold meetings with people in different parts of the city.
As reported, on January 26, Kyiv's Appeals Court partially granted a Prosecutor General's Office request by ordering that former Georgian President and leader of the Movement of New Forces Mikheil Saakashvili be placed under house arrest at between 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.