Mamuka Khazaradze, the leader of "Lelo for Georgia," disagrees with the plan to block Rustaveli and says that it is not right to speak with ultimatums. He made the statement on TV Pirveli.
"We have seen this movie. Naturally, activists have their position, and that is how they express it. I refrain from any activity in the name of "Lelo" that could paralyze our country. We should not add another problem to the existing ones, because our country is in a tough situation. Speaking with ultimatums is not right. I respect these young people, they express their protest and are maximalists, but we have been looking at it for 30 years," said Mamuka Khazaradze.
The Movement for Georgia gives the government two weeks to meet the three demands. Otherwise, they plan to block Rustaveli Avenue. The organization's requirements are the appointment of early elections, the release of the so-called political prisoners, and the reform of Georgia's Election Administration.