“I advised Davit Kezerashvili that his being away from politics was beneficial both for him and for the future of the country, to replace autocracy with democracy,” writes Nika Melia, the former leader of the National Movement on the social network in responding to the BBC Eye investigation that Georgia’s ex-defense minister stands behind global scamming network.
“Now I advise those who are looking for a ‘solution’ and an ‘explanation:’ in the fight against a monster, one should not become like a monster. There is no moral advantage to be gained by double standards.
“Dignity and truth will definitely win in this country – and this victory needs righteous people who evaluate the situation based on the actual situation and not on the basis of ‘tasks,'” writes Melia.
He pointed out that if they ask deputies of the Georgian Dream to have the right reaction and their starting point to be a correct and not a “convenient” position, in this case, Melia emphasized that he would wish the same kind of act from anyone – to have the same reaction as they would have – if this report was about anyone else.