“If the state of emergency extends, it must be continued in a complex way, and absurd restrictions should be removed,” Giga Bokeria, a member of the European Georgia party, said.
According to him, it is unclear to what extent the restrictions are imposed. However, the MP said that the rational restrictions that are necessary for human health should be into effect.
“We have seen absurd cases, the couple has been fined for sitting next to each other and the “Clean House” has closed. Yesterday we saw the restrictions were ignored at Palm Sunday. It can’t go on like this. If the state of emergency continues, it must be continued in a complex way with these steps, and the absurd restrictions should be removed,” said Giga Bokeria.
A state of emergency has been declared in Georgia for a month, from March 21 to June 21.