UNM Chair asks where was love, positivity, and faith in Ivanishvili's speech
UNM Chair asks where was love, positivity, and faith in Ivanishvili's speech

“Ivanishvili (GD Founder and Honorable Chair) said that he had re-introduced the Russian law intentionally, and it is a part of the game. He plays with our everyday life and nerves, says that he will tire us and then will step over on us,” said Levan Khabeishvili, Chair of the opposition United National Movement (UNM) party.

In a social network post, Khabeishvili remarked that a frightened, cynic person stood on the stage with people, whom his regime made poorer and forced to arrive in Tbilisi to applaud.

“Not a single word about welfare, employment, wages increase, reduction of taxes, primary needs. A so much wealthy person who cannot even count his money made people applaud (or play a recorded clapping hands sound) and was saying from the stage that they would be poorer with no prospects, no Europe, just enjoy “my money and wealth of my officials.” What a sneering his speech was oriented on hatred, splitting and division. He was mocking youngsters, actors, artisans, athletes, and our children. He was disseminating only hatred,” he said.

According to the UNM Chair, he “showed a fist” to all those who want a European future for the country while his son marched with youngsters, whose European perspective the “collective Ivanishvilis” killed.

Levan Khabeishvili called on the Georgian people for unity and politicians for disregarding party affiliations.

“Nobody would force united people to kneel. Let’s move forward to victory, back to Europe. No to Russian Law. Let us demonstrate what Georgia united with love can do together,” he said.