14:10, Monday, 18.01.2021
YouTube
Twitter
Facebook
RSS
ქართული English

Web Portal on Human Rights in Georgia

Go
Advanced Search

Paata Burchuladze’s office was painted in Gori

26.08.2016

 
Lado Bitchashvili, Shida Kartli

The members of the political movement Paata Burchuladze – State for People found the façade of their office painted in Gori. Somebody wrote 41 in blue ink on the façade. The members of the party called the police. The law enforcement officers interrogated the party members and started investigation. 

Medea Abashidze, the single mandate candidate in the Municipality, declared that the office does not have video control. Therefore, it is difficult to reveal who did it. She added, that Paata Burchuladze’s Movement is considerable rival for both ruling and opposition parties. 

“One part of the society calls us the satellites of the National Movement, the second – the allies of the Georgian Dream. I want to emphasize my position: we are genuinely Georgian party and we do Georgian job. Nobody can intimidate us with similar actions”, - Medea Abashidze said. 

The representatives of the Gori Office of the political movement Paata Burchuladze –  State for  People request effective investigation in the incident.
 
Print Send to Friend Send to Facebook Tweet This
Leave your comment
Your name:
Your comment:

Security code: Code
OTHER NEWS
POLL
Do you support the idea to restore Irakli Shotadze to the position of the prosecutor general?
Yes No do not know

BLOG

They wait for me in Abkhazia
Last time, I visited Abkhazia five years ago. Since then, not a day goes by without thinking about it, without missing the Abkhazian
Detailed...
Another proposal on agreement
Women – victims of violence
Archive


EDITORIAL

Forgotten by government veterans
Every year, fewer and fewer veterans of the World War II meet the Victory Day. The society receives information about them only on
Detailed...
Villages of the Hopeless
What happened to Dream of Justice Revival?
Archive
THEMES

CATEGORIES

Copyright © 2004 - 2021 HRIDC