24 April 2024,   03:54
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Mamuka Mdinaradze on the Radical Opposition: They Will March Against This Unwritten, Nonexistent Legislative Initiative and Claim That This Is Censorship and a Russian Approach, That It Amounts to Interference and the Violation of Rights

Mamuka Mdinaradze on the Radical Opposition: They Will March Against This Unwritten, Nonexistent Legislative Initiative and Claim That This Is Censorship and a Russian Approach, That It Amounts to Interference and the Violation of Rights

"Let no one accuse us of something: if we are talking about whether or not this will lead to censorship or harsh interference in the field of human rights – no, on the contrary, we should be able to find the golden mean that will allow us to further improve the protection of rights while at the same time protecting future generations from this propaganda, in parallel to the former rather than at its expense,” Parliamentary Majority Leader Mamuka Mdinaradze stated. Following the conclusion of the majority session, Mamuka Mdinaradze announced that a legislative initiative will be prepared to protect the public from pseudo-liberal ideology and its inevitable harmful consequences.
According to him, the radical opposition will march against the nonexistent legislative initiative and claim that it is censorship and the violation of rights.
“Let me tell you [what will happen] tomorrow or the day after: we intend to draft a legislative initiative; they will march against this unwritten, nonexistent legislative initiative and claim that this is censorship and a Russian approach, that it amounts to interference and the violation of rights. This is a characteristic of propaganda,” Mdinaradze stated.
He noted that rights and propaganda should be distinguished from each other.
“It is the peculiarity of propaganda that it must hide behind the context of the protection of rights and proceed in this manner. This propaganda is fed to the people under the guise of the protection of rights, when in fact it is propaganda being carried out in this manner. Therefore, we must distinguish them from each other. This is a challenge, and we all must overcome this challenge together. We need to distinguish between rights and propaganda," - Mamuka Mdinaradze stated.

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