Mamuka Mdinaradze calls on youth organization of Georgian Dream to avoid physical confrontation
Mamuka Mdinaradze, Leader of the Parliamentary Majority calls on members of the youth organization of Georgian Dream Party to avoid physical confrontation
According to Mdinaradze, whatever provocative and immoral is the behaviour of protesters, the government should not admit its engagement into their scenario.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs launched an investigation into the clashes outside the central office of the Georgian Dream on December 2 under Article 126 of the Criminal Code of Georgia pertaining to violence.
Activists of “Dare” and “Make a Change” movements, who were holding a protest at the central office of the ruling Georgian Dream-Democratic Georgia Party, clashed with members of youth movements of Georgian Dream Party.
The conflict began after members of Activists of “Dare” and “Make a Change” movements posted stickers on the wall of the party office and made inscriptions “Slaves!.” Five protesters were injured. According to Kakha Bukhradze, Deputy Chief of the Patrol Police Department, no one was detained by police during the clashes.