Security forces beat an opposition politician at a rally in Tbilisi, he is in hospital 03:15

During the dispersal of a rally against the bill on foreign agents in Tbilisi, Georgian security forces beat Levan Khabeishvili, a member of parliament and chairman of the United National Movement, the country’s largest opposition party. Georgian TV channel reported this “Mtavari Arkhi”.

In the hospital, the politician recorded a video message in which he promised his supporters that he would continue the fight against this law, which they are trying to pass for the second time in Georgia.

Khabeishvili’s doctor said his nose was broken and Khabeishvili was advised to be hospitalized, but the politician has not yet made a decision. In the photo published by Mtavari Arkhi, it can be seen that the MP’s left eye was swollen shut after the beating.

According to the TV station, he is currently in surgery.

Before that, Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili in the name Security forces stopped dispersing the protesters.

Formerly Parliament of Georgia to start Evaluation of the foreign agents law in the second meeting.

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Source: Gazeta


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