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Journalists Protested in Ozurgeti Too

11.07.2011
Journalists finished protest rally in front of the Guria regional department of MIA in Ozurgeti.

Journalists and NGO representatives made a life chain in front of the regional police office.

The demonstration with slogans “I Am a Photographer”, “Stop Looking for Spies in Media” lasted half an hour.

The head of Guria regional department of the MIA Giga Japaridze suggested the journalists to stop shooting photos.

“What will be your profit from it? Have not you found anybody else but spies to support?” Japaridze asked Guria News’ reporter who was covering the demonstration in front of the police office.

The local leaders of Free Democrats joined the demonstration.

Member of Georgian Journalistic Ethic Charter Ia Mamaladze, organizer of the rally, said the search of spies in Georgia has turned into a very dangerous habit and every journalist is under threat.

The Georgian Journalistic Ethic Charter organized demonstration in support of Zurab Kurtsikidze (EPA), Irakli Gedenidze (photographer of the president’s administration) and Giorgi Abdaladze.

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