Participants of "It's a Shame" Event Not Allowed to Enter Parliament

The participants of the “It’s a Shame” event, who have been holding demonstrations on Rustaveli Avenue for months, demanding the resignation of former Interior Minister Giorgi Gakharia, are trying to enter Parliament building, where the process of hearing ministerial candidates goes on. However, law enforcers are not allowing them to enter.

The representative of the event, Ana Charkhalashvili, told journalists that they want to enter the Parliament building to ask questions of the MPs and ministerial candidates. She noted that the permit for entering the building has been allowed to 10 members of the event, who were then told they couldn't enter Parliament due to technical problems at the permits bureau.

Charkhalashvili added that if they are not allowed into Parliament, they will arrange a “corridor of shame” at the entrances of the building.

Participants of “It’s a Shame” believe that Gakharia is responsible for the raid of the demonstrations on June 20-21.

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By Ana Dumbadze 

06 September 2019 12:34
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