Guram Macharashvili: Nika Gvaramia directly made anti-Western statements towards the European judges - we are waiting for Mrs. Zurabishvili to tell her pardoned person to stop making anti-Western statements

Nika Gvaramia directly made anti-Western statements towards the European judges - we are waiting for Mrs. Zurabishvili to tell her pardoned person to stop making anti-Western statements, - Guram Macharashvili, MP of People's Power, stated while talking to journalists.

According to him, the leader of Akhali party, Nika Gvaramia, expressed his lack of confidence in Europe and European judges, after the Georgian judges.

As Macharashvili pointed out, wherever Gvaramia goes, he will always be followed by the specter of injustice created by Mikheil Saakashvili's regime.

"It is bad news and days for Europe and the UN Human Rights Committee and its members, because Gvaramia expressed distrust in Europe and European judges. After the integrity of Georgian judges, Gvaramia doubted the integrity of European judges and now it is the turn of the UN Human Rights Committee members. I think that somehow Europe and European judges will overcome this challenge, but as for the UN Human Rights Committee - it still has a test to pass. We will see whether Gvaramia's wrathful hand will reach the members of this committee in the near future. We must remind Gvaramia that the truth does not live territorially - not in Strasbourg, not in Tbilisi, not in New York, not in Geneva. Wherever Gvaramia goes, he will always be followed by the specter of injustice created by the Saakashvili regime, of which he was the main ideologue.

Also, it should be said that we expect Mrs. Zurabishvili to tell her pardoned person not to make anti-Western statements anymore. After all, he released Gvaramia because he was supposed to be the father of depolarization. We see that he is the father of polarization and not only the father, but he directly made anti-Western statements towards European judges, and we are waiting for Mrs. Zurabishvili to tell her pardoned person to stop making anti-Western statements," Macharashvili said.

For information, Nika Gvaramia said that he decided to "go to the UN Human Rights Committee" regarding his case.

According to Gvaramia, the mandate of the UN Human Rights Committee extends to the whole world and he is less interested in the decisions of the European Court.

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