"Ordering the population today is not destructive, the population is interested in something else today and, unfortunately, the political establishment is cut off from the interests of the people," said Tamar Kiknadze, a member of the European Socialists' political council, during a visit to the Political Post. According to him, some parties without such activities may disappear from the political scene altogether.
"Some political forces should be removed from the political scene altogether, because today they are performing destructive functions," Tamar Kiknadze said while assessing the current political processes.
"In order for the state to survive and get the population out of the brink of starvation, an emergency commission must be set up, headed by the country's prime minister," said Fridon Injia, chairman of the European Socialist Party, addressing a plenary session of the Georgian parliament. He said there has not been a single product left in the last three months that has not become more expensive.
"This increase is from 30% to 69%, it is a product that has also increased in price by 100%." - noted Fridon Injia.
According to him, the country will find itself in a difficult situation if the state does not interfere in the agricultural activities of the peasants.
"Such a practice is very common in European countries, in Asia, as well as in the United States - planned economy or state capitalism, so I think that in some parts if the government does not participate in farming and harvesting, we will find ourselves in a difficult situation," said Fridon Injia.