Fridon Injia - I don't consider Saakashvili a political prisoner, he is serving a sentence for the crime that the Georgian and Strasbourg courts sentenced him to.
Fridon Injia, chairman of the European Socialists, says he does not consider Mikheil Saakashvili a political prisoner because he is serving a sentence for a crime committed by a Georgian and a Strasbourg court.
According to him, the people who came to the rally of the "National Movement" yesterday are dissatisfied and offended by the government.
"Those who gathered yesterday are dissatisfied and offended by the government. People who could not find justice. As for Mikheil Saakashvili, I do not consider Saakashvili a political prisoner. He is serving a sentence for the crime he was convicted of by the court. Both the Georgian court and the Strasbourg court. Justice must be for everyone. "If there was justice and the state punished all the criminals fairly, 90 percent would not have gathered there," Fridon Injia said.