Political crisis demoralizes the state machine
Today’s verbal skirmish between Nika Melia and the police in Gldani is another example of the opposition’s clear moral edge. It is very bad to see a policeman who does not have the truth behind him, what he said has no value and he does not defend all kindness, but the crime and deceit of the government.
The deepening political crisis is gradually demoralizing the entire state machine. We will all see this. However, the government still has the ability to reasonably assess the situation and prevent the development of bad processes. Today it is already obvious that there can be no “legalization” of the de facto abolition of the right to vote, and the government must first understand this.
David Jandieri, GSAC