The bill on foreign agents was withdrawn from the Georgian parliament due to protests. News of the day in the world and Russia today
The Georgian authorities have withdrawn from the parliament the law on foreign agents, which provoked mass protests in the country. It is reported by Sputnik Georgia.
We must be most attentive to peace, tranquility and economic development in our country, as well as to Georgia’s progress along the path of European integration. Therefore, it is necessary to spend the energy of each of our fellow citizens not on confrontation, but on developing the country in the right direction,”
The telegram channel broadcasts a joint statement by the ruling Georgian Dream party, the initiator of the law on foreign agents, as well as the Power of the People movement.
In Georgia, on the night of March 7-8, mass protests began against the law on foreign agents. More than a thousand people took part in the action.