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Irakli Gharibashvili declares National Movement has no moral right to stay in politics

Georgia Online
12:31 - 23 October '15

National Movement has no moral right to stay in politics, the Prime Minister said while commenting on the so-called Barrels’ video footage which was released by Ukrainian media.

According to Gharibashvili, the man wearing a mask, raping a person represents a symbol of the National Movement party.

“You all know that the so-called Barrels’ videos recorded in Samegrelo, western Georgia were released yesterday. The footage clearly shows the manner National Movement treated Georgian civilians. I would like to inform you all that the victims are ordinary people living in Samegrelo region. They are absolutely innocent having committed nothing. I know one story: a man was taken hostage from his own house at midnight and his pregnant wife was terribly treated and she lost the baby as a result. Then the man was taken away and tortured… Then they put him on trial for drug possession as they could not make him plead guilty for what he had not committed.

I say all this as I have heard some assessments made by the criminal organization representatives. They still have some claims, but in reality, they have no moral right to make such statements,” Gharibashvili remarked.

The PM says National Movement should have apologized for the committed crimes but they still continue humiliating society trying to cause uproar and chaos.

“From my point of view, such people have no moral right to stay in politics. The person raping people in the video symbolizes Saakashvili, his government and party leaders. He is a symbol of the organization,” Irakli Gharibashvili remarked.

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