Tsulukiani on UMN: they start by rose revolution and end with locks
Georgian Justice Minister Tea Tsulukiani said that the United National Movement is a "bankrupt" political party.
The minister said that the UNM opposition, which is actively participating in the current protests, "is a bankrupt political force, as a political party which starts by roses [the Rose revolution in 2003] and ends with locks [the demonstrators lock the gates of state bodies] is bankrupt."
She says that Georgia needs a mixed electoral system, "with MPs elected through the majoritarian race and based on party lists, including a reasonable election threshold."
According to Tsulukiani, the electoral system ensures stability in the country, Agenda.ge reported.