Kakha Kaladze: How can people and a political party, which will fight to get 1 or 2 percent, be perceived as competitors - there is no place for radicalism, odiousness and evil in Georgian politics

How can people and a political party, which will fight to get 1 or 2 percent, be perceived as competitors, - said the general secretary of "Georgian Dream" Kakha Kaladze regarding the union of Nika Melia and Nika Gvaramia.

According to him, these two people remembered themselves to the society by crossing "red lines" and being odious.

"All those political parties and politicians who limit themselves to radicalism will certainly have a problem of overcoming the barrier. Who are these people?! Today, they may want to inform the public that they are new, but which one is Melia new or Nika Gvaramia, which one is new?! How did these people remember themselves to the society - radicalism, odiousness, if a person can think of something, cross all the "red lines", they have done both. The society knows very well, it has made assessments, who represents what, I repeat once again, there is no place for radicalism, odiousness and evil in Georgian politics and in this country", Kaladze said.

Kaladze also responded to Nika Gvaramia's interview and noted that Nika Gvaramia would not have talked about the closure of agencies during the "National Movement" government, if he did not need to convince the public of his sincerity.

"He wouldn't say that either, he just needed to show the public that he was sincere, that hard things were happening back then, everything was closed, everything was under the control of one man, one man was running everything, the court, the prosecutor's office, we all know what was happening and Gvarami was also complicit . Do we remember what our cadres did against Patarkatsishvili and other politicians and what were their statements? They have films about it and they assured us that some people were agents of others, so it is difficult for these people to gain support in society, because what you have done in the past has not disappeared?! Doesn't anyone forget who they were, what they represented, if any evil and calamity happened in the country during the 9 years of their rule, they were the main creators and today they have changed their color, or what is happening?" Kaladze said.

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