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Statement of the President of Georgia

The President of Georgia, H.E. Giorgi Margvelashvili comments on the situation surrounding the parliamentary address of Ana Dolidze:
I am proud to serve my homeland, nation and people together with people like Ana Dolidze. I would like to remind you that Ana Dolidze is neither an old Komsomol nor a new Komsomol builder. She has not moved from the "United National Movement" to the "Georgian Dream”, nor has she ever made any political U-turns. It has always been my goal to enable such strong people of high values to serve the country. Unlike many, Ana has never been silent during difficult situations in the country; Ana has never been silent, nor has she feared to firmly state her positions. Often alone, while only few people protested against Girgvliani's murder, when no one dared to speak out, Ana defended the families, who have been the victims of injustice. Probably, this is why Ana Dolidze became the target of insults from some of the representatives of the “Georgian Dream”; perhaps, they prevent Ana from performing her constitutional duties because of her firm principles; perhaps, this is why she is unacceptable not only at the position of the Parliamentary Secretary, but also as a judge candidate of the European Court of Human Rights and the Supreme Court of Georgia. I feel obliged to once again remind the public that fearless, professional and highly qualified people like Ana Dolidze, determine the country’s bright future and not those individuals, who fit in any government and in difficult circumstances try to cover their silence by aggression and assaults. In such situation, when many difficult issues require solution in the country, creating artificial conflicts to escape from the important agenda is not new. I call on the Parliament to return to lawmaking activities and the members of the Parliament to be concentrated on the country’s real problems.
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