Mikheil Sarjveladze, Chairman of the parliamentary Human Rights Committee said that those people, who call themselves politicians, seek to come into power through the development of revolutionary scenarios instead of elections, and they use enthusiasts who want to create their carrier for that purpose.
Sarjveladze thus responded to a question about holding training for youngsters in Surami resort by the Girchi-More Freedom party.
According to Mikheil Sarjveladze, the training is a logical continuation of the opposition’s destructive plot to topple down the government.
“Instead of calling on the youngsters to develop based on the correct criteria and principles, they teach them things, which are incompatible with democracy. This is, mildly say, a logical continuation of the opposition’s destructive plan to topple down the government. They realize that they have no intellectual or other resources,” Sarjveladze said.