The Minister of Justice responds to the developments in Kakheti when the police did not allow opposition representatives and supporters to arrive in Telavi.
According to Tea Tsulukiani, restriction of movement by the police for the opposition if the purpose of the opposition was to prevent the inauguration was a legitimate act.
"Neither Georgian state, nor any other state based on European standards would allow to interfere in the inauguration. If it was their goal, they would certainly meet obstacles in achieving this goal and that is absolutely legitimate . While they were granted freedom of expression , the whole country listened to their different opinions and this should have been the purpose of their action. Of course they did not have any hindrance, "said Tsulukiani.