United Opposition Will Continue Struggle for TV-Company Imedi
Goga Khaindrava, the member of the United Opposition states that the National Council of the United Opposition will continue struggling for TV-company Imedi. He considers that Joseph Keyes will be declared as an international criminal.
Goga Khaindrava told the news agency Medianews that the Imedi is a very important project for the United Opposition and it is needs to work out a well thought out strategy for continuing the struggle in support of the TV station.
“We must convince the west that the Georgian society needs freedom of media,” stated Khaindrava.
As you remember when Bardi Patarkatsishvili, the owner of TV-Company Imedi died unexpectedly and Joseph Keyes replaced him under a “dodgy” power of attorney, in the opinion of some media observers.
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