Political parties must condemn incident near parliament: Georgia's parliament chairman

Politics Materials 21 June 2009 17:25 (UTC +04:00)

Georgia, Tbilisi, June 21 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /

A person throwing a bottle with fuse substance in door of Georgia's parliament was detained, Georgia's parliament chairman David Bakradze told media on June 21.

Door of the parliament was damaged as a result of hitting of a bottle with fuse substance. But there was no ignition. 

"We must clear up everything. I hope law enforcement agencies will be able to clear whether it was action of one person or there is someone behind these actions and fulfilled someone's order," Bakradze said. 

"It is not common incident. We remember burnt parliament. Afterwards, the biggest tragedy began covering our people. Burnt parliament is symbol of civil confrontation," Bakradze said. 

Speaker warned all political parties to determine clear line existing between political ambitions and possible destabilization. "I call all political forces for condemn such actions and isolate from them," he said.

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