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LGBT activists and supporters leave protest area with the help of police officers

Category: Gender in Caucasus 
2017-05-17

The protest event in connection with the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia in front of the Governmental Administration is over.

 

The event was peaceful. Security was ensured by law enforcers. Participants of the event are leaving the territory adjacent to the Administration by mini-buses with the help of police officers.

 

LGBT activists, representatives of NGOs and ordinary citizens took part in the event. The main slogan of the rally was -"Do not stand on the side of violence."


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Tags: International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia Georgia

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