Police scuffled with a group of protesters outside the ministry in charge of prison system on March 25 after the protesters briefly blocked Kazbegi Avenue in the capital city.
Seven participants of the rally were arrested and charged with disobedience to police orders.
Late last night the Tbilisi City Court jailed two of them for 20 days and one for 10 days; four others were released from courtroom after being fined with GEL 400 each.
The protest rally outside the Ministry of Corrections and Legal Assistance was held by a various opposition groups, including some affiliated with People's Assembly movement. Participants of the rally were protesting against, what they call, "mistreatment" of inmates and demanding a large-scale amnesty.
One of those arrested during the March 25 rally was an actor, Gia Burjanadze, who is a member of governing body of the People's Assembly. He was among those who were fined and released
Former parliamentary speaker and leader of Democratic Movement-United Georgia opposition party, Nino Burjanadze, with whom the People's Assembly is largely associated, said that the arrest was "a provocation."
"I want to tell the authorities that you are rightly afraid of the People's Assembly... We are not going to respond spontaneously to your provocations and act in line with your scenarios," she told reporters outside the Tbilisi City Court.