there Russia The mass demonstrations on Friday were presented as an “attempted” coup by the West Georgia It forced the government to drop a bill its opponents compared to the repressive Russian law.
After three days of protests by tens of thousands of people, punctuated by violence at times, the Georgian parliament finally returned this Friday. Legal SchemeThe government had promised earlier in the day.
The protest movement illustrates the political crisis rocking the country GeorgiaA section of the population fears an authoritarian slide into the Russian model as a Caucasian candidate for the European Union.
“They brilliantly resisted brute force”
“ Germany Support Georgia on the way Europe German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier said in a tweet Friday by his spokesman, Serstin Gamelin.
In a phone interview with Georgian President Salomi Dzurapishvili, a pro-Western critic of the Tbilisi government, Steinmeier said, “Germany supports Georgia on its path to Europe. This path includes freedom of the press and civil society.
Imprisoned former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili also praised authorities’ “brute force” on Friday and protesters’ “resistance” to Russian influence. “As an old revolutionary, I can say that they brilliantly resisted the brutal force used against them,” he said in a Facebook post. “No Russia can defeat its brutal oligarchy,” he added, referring to the billionaire who created the ruling Georgian Dream Party after making his fortune in Russia.
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