Members of parliamentary majority evaluate attack on Rustavi 2"s journalists. On one hand, they condemn violence, but there is no strict assessment of the Georgian March"s activities.
According to Zaza Khutsishvili, the member of the parliamentary majority, freedom of expression should not go beyond peaceful forms.
"I think such facts are quite dangerous, violence is unacceptable in all cases. Maybe people have the desire and means of expressing their protest, but it should not go beyond the peaceful forms, "Zaza Khutsishvili said.
Beka Natsvlishvili, another member of the parliamentary majority, like members of Georgian March believes that the announcement of Rustavi2"s journalist really insulted the majority of the society, but Natsvlishvili says that what happened was "not good".
"This is the issue of law enforcers, what qualifications will they give to this fact. What has happened is not good. , "Beka Natsvlishvili says.