National Movement’s Activists Oppoised Kakhi Kaladze’s Supporters
On August 17, verbal controversy between the activists of the National Movement and Georgian Dream’s supporters in Gomi village, Samtredia district turned into physical violence.
The ruling party’s majoritarian candidate Mikheil Nikoleishvili was in Gomi village together with the activists of the National Movement to oppose Kakhi Kaladze’s supporters; they tried to fail the meeting.
The verbal argument between opposition parties turned into physical controversy. Deputy head of Samtredia district police Amino Adamia also witnessed the incident from his car.
Madina Tavadze said none of the National Movement’s activists were Gomi residents and they were brought to the village to provoke incident.
Mari Tabidze, Samtredia
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