Georgian PM: Unfortunately, there are political hooligans and they will have to live in tents for a long time
Unfortunately, there are political hooligans in our political process who cannot distinguish street politics from parliamentary political process, - Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia said when commenting on yesterday’s developments in the Parliament, InterPressNews reports.
“Their place is in the street politics and I think some will have to live in tents for a long time, some will have to take part in street rallies. This is their political decision,” Gakharia said.
As to who will replace Shalva Tadumadze as the Prosecutor General, Gakharia said that the candidate shall be first nominated by the Prosecutorial Council and then approved by the Parliament.
“The Prosecutor's Office of Georgia is an independent body. It is a very difficult, fully democratic process to elect the Prosecutor General. The final decision shall be made by the Parliament, let's wait for it,” Gakharia said.