Commotion has occurred in the legislative body. Tina Bokuchava, a member of the United National Movement, demands that Malkhaz Machalikashvili be allowed to enter the parliament building. Bokuchava met with Mamuka Mdinaradze in this regard and asked for an explanation as to why Malkhaz Machalikashvili was not let in the parliament.
During the mentioned meeting, a verbal confrontation took place between the MPs. They addressed each other with offensive words.
As Mdinaradze told Bokuchava, Machalikashvili was not allowed to enter the parliament to avoid provocation. According to him, the decision was made by the Speaker of Parliament.
“Don't speculate. You use a dead person for your own political purposes and that's shameful. You are provocateurs and immoral people. You are Misha’s slaves,” Mdinaradze told Bokuchava.
Tina Bokuchava, in turn, called Mdinaradze "a liar and a shameful person." “You don't deserve a mandate. You are nobody, you are just a bolt,” she told Mdinaradze.
Earlier today, Malkhaz Machalikashvili, father of Temirlan Machalikashvili who was killed in the Pankisi special operation, and Tina Bokuchava, member of the National Movement, wanted to hold a briefing on Temirlan Machalikashvili's case in the legislative body, but police did not allow them to enter the building. During the confrontation, Malkhaz Machalikashvili fainted and was rendered first aid by ambulance.