It is reported by TASS.

At the same time, the Rustavi 2 television company indicates that the Georgian Interior Ministry has already sent special forces to the parliament blocked by the protesters.

It is noted that the special forces are armed with batons and shields.

Earlier, the Georgian Interior Ministry reported that a peaceful rally in Tbilisi took on an illegal character.

On November 14, protests began in Tbilisi after the deputies rejected amendments to the Constitution on the transition from a mixed electoral system to a proportional one.

On November 17, protesters in the Georgian capital hung chains and a lock on the parliament building, announcing their intention to paralyze his work.