Appeal to the Majority Deputies of Kvemo Kartli Region Gogi Meshvelian, Zaur Dargal and Irakli Shatakishvili
We, the public organizations and civil activists, hereby signing the given statement, categorically oppose the draft laws on “Agents of Foreign Influence” and also alternative versions of the same nature.
Dear majoritarians, not so long ago we were all proud of the strong civil sector in the region. The international delegations that came to Kvemo Kartli proudly walked around, accompanied by you, to get acquainted with the results of our projects. Also, we were all delighted that the number of young people from the region enrolled in higher education institutions has increased. Community organizations contributed to this good work, whose leaders even dedicated their own houses to the mentioned educational idea.
We all saw the rehabilitated kindergartens, potable water systems, facilitated local entrepreneurs, green spaces achieved in cooperation with the civil sector. This is just incomplete list of the projects that we were able to implement with the assistance of our partner countries and donors. The fact of the existence of the local media in the region, which is free of any political influence is also the result of their support.
Bills that share the approaches of the Russian Federation deprive our country of the opportunity to develop.
Today, we are writing the latest history of Georgia together, and we ask you to stand by the idea to which we have been loyal for 30 years. There is no position or status that is more important than the democratic future of Georgia.
Do not support the Russian bills that deprive the country of its future!
|1||Bolnisi Women’s Community Radio WW||Mariko Tsikoridze|
|2||Kvemo Kartli media – QvemoQartli.ge||Manon Bokuchava|
|3||Sika – Georgian Association of Educational Initiatives||Inga Paichadze|
|4||Professio – personal and professional development center||Giorgi Tvaliashvili|
|5||Kvemo Kartli Women’s Association “Women and the World” and women’s community radio, RadioWW||Marine Bzhalava|
|6||Civil Society Development Association of Georgia (ACSDG)||Guliko Shoshitashvili|
|7||Civic Activity and Regional Development Center (CARDC)||Gvantsa Shishinashvili|
|8||Marneuli Democratic Engagement Center||Mariam Samkharadze|
|9||Civic Engagement and Activism Center (CEAC)||Rashan Ziadaliev|
|10||Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association ( GYLA )||Natia Kokiashvili|
|11||“ Eco Center”||Tinatin Maghedani|
|12||“Bolnis Youth House”||Ana Ugrekhelidze|
|13||“First European”||Sofo Devnozashvili|
|14||Social enterprise “Gumbati”||Ira Dzirkvadze|
|15||AIP Partnership for Equality||Nino Nanuashvili|
|16||Community Radio “Marneuli”||Kamila Mamedova|
|17||Institute of New Thought||Ariz Dashamirov|
|18||Necker – Kvemo Kartli community organization||Rozi Devnozashvili|
|19||Rustavi International Scout Center||Davit Metreveli|
|20||NGO “Red Bridge”||Jeikhun Narzalov|
|21||Union “Georgian Youth for Europe”||Alexi Metreveli|
|22||Civil Integration Fund||Zaur Khalilov|
|23||District representative of ISFED in Gardabani municipality.||Nazibrola Zubashvili|
|24||Martopi Youth Center,||Gvantsa Tvaliashvili|
|25||Solidarity Museum||Elnur Alisoi|
|26||International Organization for Fair Elections and Democracy (ISFED) Kvemo Kartli office||Lia Noghashvili|
|28||Bolnisi Language House
|29||Solidarity Center||Nurana Musaeva|
|30||Representative of Marneuli municipality of ISFED||Fagan Abasov|
|31||Representative of Bolnisi Municipality of ISFED||Mzia Baghashvili|
|ISFED representative of Tetritskaro municipality.||Lali Bekauri|
|33||representative of Tsalki Municipality of ISFED||Tamar Lomidze,|
|34||Georgia’s leading media 24News.ge Marneuli||Azer Mamedov|
|35||Shaumian Community Education Center||Natia Okropiridze|
|36||Civil Equality Platform||Samira Ismailova|
|37||Platform “Salam”||Rabil Ismail(ov)|
|38||Union “Demos”||Maya Jamalashvili|
|39||Rustavi Office of the Network of Democratic Engagement Centers||Liana Charkviani|
|40||“Women’s Information Center”||Gvantsa Sanaya|