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Is it the democracy that we want to have here, pals?



I think everybody knows that in so-called democratic Georgian republic our oppositional forces constantly demand to stop putting pressure on trials by current authorities. Our local movement “Solidarity with Political Prisoners” holds numerous meetings for liquidating political prisoners in Georgia, because we are absolutely sure that in real democratic country there mustn’t be them at all!
Moreover, we consider that local and even international NGOs’ disregard of the fact that over 200 military, who have refused to be involved in combat actions against South Ossetia, continue to be in our prisons out of any investigation and court cannot be a matter of chance! It only substantiates that various foreign humanitarian institutions start any work on human rights’ protection here only after giving the green light by our influential sponsors from the West… Is it the democracy that we want to have here, pals?
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