The moral victory of Georgians against ‘Russian law’

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05/30/2024

Tbilisi (AsiaNews) – Young activists and students opposed to the law on the ‘transparency of foreign influences’, definitively approved by the Tbilisi parliament over President Salome Zurabišvili’s veto, have been gathering around the palace since early morning to express their protest; but instead of the tones of civil war, an air of popular victory could be felt. The demonstrators were given a chance to show the ‘European face’ of Georgia, and made it clear to the pro-Russian ruling caste that they do not intend to give up. The deputies of the Georgian Dream, thugs of the Putin oligarch Bidzina Ivanišvili, kept repeating that their task is to prevent the destabilisation of the country and to protect Georgia’s sovereignty, avoiding getting involved in the war against Russia.

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