“We are working, and the Georgian population will know that the Georgian Dream has done all possible to ensure its success on the European path,” stated Tea Tsulukiani, Georgia’s Culture Minister.
Georgia’s Culture Minister went on to say that the Georgian Dream is taking the EC’s 12-point priorities very seriously. The parliament is working hard, and she communicates with her fellow lawmakers daily.
“Today, we’re announcing a competition for circus arts and other genres, but they’ve already turned it into a circus in politics because they’re entertaining, and they’re toying with the fate of the state and the country, but this isn’t enjoyable.” Tsulukiani stressed MPs worked hard to ensure that the legislative reforms were completed on time, but she noted that some opposition members “did not want the law on de-oligarchization; instead, they wanted to de-Dream, to de-Bidzinate.”
“It turns out that the law of de-oligarchization will affect people like Kezerashvili, who acknowledged being an oligarch in a lengthy statement. Others may be impacted if they were bankers in the past and chased people out of their houses. They are no longer fond of it. As a result, if there is an oligarch in Georgia, it is any of their representatives, not Bidzina Ivanishvili. They are dissatisfied. This is essentially messing with the fate of the country on their behalf, but we are not in the mood to play. We are working, and the Georgian population will know that the Georgian Dream has done all possible to ensure its success on the European path,” Tsulukiani added.