“If a voter thinks it’s normal that votes are stolen in Georgia, then such a voter should go through a corridor of shame,” said the leader of the United Georgia party, Nino Burjanadze, while commenting on the statement made by Levan Varshalomidze at a rally in Batumi on Sunday.
Varshalomidze called on the supporters to arrange corridors of shame near the polling stations in the second round of elections on November 21.
In a response to the question on whether it is a pressure on the voter, Burjanadze said: “Sorry, but when State Security Service, Constitutional Security Department, the thieves went to my voters, was not it a pressure?. The society should raise its voice over this. Voters are suffering from the fact that the swindlers rule the government who are stealing our elections, and everyone should think about that,” Burjanadze said.