Georgia protesters attempt to shut down state buildings

It follows more than a week of angry demonstrations over parliament's failure to approve planned electoral reforms.

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    Opposition protesters in several cities in Georgia have attempted to shut down state buildings with padlocks and chains.

    It follows more than a week of angry demonstrations over parliament's failure to approve planned electoral reforms.

    The opposition is now coming together and employing new tactics to keep the government under pressure - including pop-up rallies and blocking access to ministerial buildings.

    Al Jazeera's Robin Forestier-Walker reports from the capital, Tbilisi.


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