Elene Khoshtaria: Irakli Gharibashvili received the harshest letter from the European Parliament, which contains a warning that the rights of peaceful protestants should be protected

Irakli Gharibashvili received the harshest letter from the European Parliament, which refers to the March protests. In particular, it contains a very strict warning that the rights of peaceful protestants should be fully protected, Droa leader Elene Khoshtaria said at a briefing.

According to her, the letter sent by the European Parliament to the Prime Minister also talks about the so-called draft law on agents and it is noted that the return of this law to the agenda will close all prospects for Georgia.

"Yesterday, Irakli Gharibashvili received the harshest from the European Parliament, which refers to the March protests, in particular, there is a very strict warning that the rights of peaceful protesters should be fully protected. Also, there is very strict talk about the fact that even thinking about returning the law to the agenda will close all prospects for Georgia, and the Georgian government will be punished for it. Naturally, Irakli Gharibashvili would not have published this letter and would have tried to hide it well, but we are publishing this letter and you can see how much importance our partners attach to the protection of the rights of peaceful protestants, youth and the non-governmental sector," said Khoshtaria.

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