GEORGIA'S LEADERSHIP MUST DECIDE TO BE PART OF THE EURO-ATLANTIC COMMUNITY OR SLIP BACKWARD - FORMER US AMBASSADOR

GEORGIA'S LEADERSHIP MUST DECIDE TO BE PART OF THE EURO-ATLANTIC COMMUNITY OR SLIP BACKWARD - FORMER US AMBASSADOR

Georgia may well be at a crossroads in its democratic development – Former US Ambassador to Georgia in 1998-2001 – Kenneth Yalowitz told BM.GE exclusively.

Kenneth Yalowitz believes that the use of force to arrest the leader of the opposition sets a bad precedent for using what should be an impartial justice system for political purposes.

“Georgia may well be at a crossroads in its democratic development. The use of force to arrest the leader of the opposition sets a bad precedent for using what should be an impartial justice system for political purposes. Georgia’s leadership must decide whether to continue on the path of being part of the Euro-Atlantic community based on democratic values and respect for human rights or slip backward.” – Yalowitz who serves as a Global Fellow at The Wilson Center in Washington, DC today told BM.GE.

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