TBILISI (AFP) - Protests aimed at ousting Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili entered a fifth day on Wednesday. Some 200 activists maintained their vigil outside the public television studios in the ex-Soviet state's capital on Wednesday morning, where they have blocked a main road and set up a makeshift stage. Accusing Saakashvili of authoritarianism, opposition party leader Nino Burjanadze has promised that Wednesday will "determine Georgia's future" and is vowing to occupy another central square in Tbilisi. But amid bitter divisions within the opposition, a rival party has cancelled plans to boost the demonstrations by holding what it promised would be an Arab-style "Day of Rage".