Non-parliamentary opposition is dissatisfied with one-party constitutional amendments and appeal to the international community for help.
Political parties ask the Council of Europe and the Venice Commission to prevent the adoption of the constitution that has not been agreed with any political spectrum or civil society. The members of the Coordinating Council protest against preservation of the majoritarian system and direct presidential elections.
If the Georgian dream is to support this model of constitutional amendments and will continue to forcefully adopt new absurd provisions, the opposition forces will launch permanent protests.
If the constitutional amendments are tailored to the interests of one party, the opposition asks Europe to impose sanctions for the leaders of the Georgian dream .
The Civil Sector declares boycott to the new Constitution and the Parliament discussions. About 20 NGOs join the protest.