Political assessments have followed the Patriarchate"s statement on boycotting Rustavi 2. The Parliamentary majority agrees with the content of the statement of the Patriarchate.
The ruling team claims that the news stories broadcast by the broadcasting company are provocative and this promotes the appearance of the Patriarchy in the negative context.
"There is no need to talk about any change in legislation , but the state should ensure that the confrontation arising from the provocation, which encourages the two radical sides which oppose each other will not grow into violation of public order.
To present the Patriarchate as a supplier of aggression is the idea that is often aim of some provocative stories, "says Gia Volski.
Irakli Sesiashvili, the Chairman of the Parliamentary Majority and Defense Committee, says that the state will protect the freedom of speech, but citizens should realize that in the frames of freedom of speech, you can not insult other citizens" views.