Shalva Papuashvili: The opposition should have thought about Europe when the windows of the Parliament building were being broken - the flag must be flying in their heart and their behavior must be European

The opposition should have thought about Europe when the windows of the Parliament building were being broken - the flag must be flying in their heart and their behavior must be European, said Shalva Papuashvili, Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia.

“I want to tell them that they should have thought about Europe when the windows of the Parliament building were being broken. If they talk about Europe, the flag should fly in their heart and their behavior should be European. The flag will return to its place!

These people, who are aspiring to Europe, should have made statements when inscriptions were made on the Parliament building, when the windows of the Parliament building were broken, when there was an attempt to break the Parliament gates. There was a proper response to this case and relevant persons will be held accountable.

They should talk about this, if anyone wants to talk about Europe, including the representatives of the opposition, who did not move a finger to ensure the implementation of any of the 12 recommendations. So, instead of waving the flag, let them wave this flag in their hearts and let them work," said Papuashvili.

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