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Seven TSU students launch hunger strike

Publish Time 2016-03-30 10:30:00


Seven students of Tbilisi Ivane Javakhishvili State University (TSU) launched a hunger-strike yesterday. They demand resignation of TSU Rector Lado Papava. 

Protesters claim that Papava caused conflict among the students. ‘He must resign. This person does not take any responsibility at all,’ said one of the students.

TSU students demand that Papava resigned on the basis of his personal application and not through impeachment procedures.

According to them, state agencies had time to investigate university processes after the end of the protests, though nothing has been investigated, which causes suspicions that the process was deliberately escalated at the university by certain forces. 


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