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Okruashvili’s Party Blames the Government for Threatening the Members of Their Party

09.04.2009
Movement for the United Georgia blames the government for having oppressed the activists of the opposition parties.

The Medianews was reported from the party that yesterday, the members of their party were threatened once more.

“Several strange people met Giorgi Okruashvili, member of the youth branch of the movement, near his house and warned him, and two more members of the party, Lasha Sirbiladze and Shota Skhiladze to abandon the party of Irakli Okruashvili, former Defense Minister of Georgia. Otherwise, the strangers threatened them with physical assault like it happened with two other members of the party, Amiran Iobashvili and Zura Giguashvili,” reported the opposition party.

“Movement for the United Georgia” calls upon the government to stop oppression against opponents and if the abovementioned people will be somehow damaged the government will be responsible for it.

Source: Medianews

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