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Georgian oppositionists fighting Svarovski2010-12-16 15:55
Members of National Council of Georgia are going to file a lawsuit against the world-famous crystal jewels manufacturer, Svarovski company.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by Business-Georgia, the reason for the lawsuit reported by members of the movement Zviad Dzidziguri, Kakha Kukava and Koba Davitashvili was the sign of Svarovski store in Tbilisi. National Council members assert that they have appealed to the company management asking to make a sign in Georgian so as not to break the constitutional status of the language.
"It reveals contemptuous attitude toward the Georgian language and, what's most important, it is an insult to its constitutional status. We have repeatedly appealed to the store both verbally and in written form but they refuse to make a Georgian sign. Consequently, we've tried all forms of a dialogue and there is only the legal way", - Zviad Dzidziguri underlined. He remarked that the situation with Svarovski should become a precedent for other companies who also have only English signs in their stores.
Svarovski Austrian company is the world leader in producing crystals and crystal products.