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Georgian opposition demanding TV program shutdown2010-12-21 18:27
Leader of the oppositional public organization Solidarity to Illegal Prisoners Eka Beselia came out criticizing The Dialogue TV program aired by Public Broadcaster of Georgia, Novosti Georgia reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As was reported by to the movement's press service on Monday, the point at issue is the program aired December 16, where the host and his guest, theologist Beka Mindiashvili, made critical statements about the Orthodox Church and Catholicos Patriarch of All Georgia Ilia the Second.
"The discussion aired by Public Broadcaster was aimed at damaging the Patriarch's reputation and misleading the public", - the press service remarked.
As the statement goes, "since the very first day, the authorities are purposefully fighting spiritual values and national identity of the Georgian people".
"The ruling regime and Freedom Institute have redistributed the functions within the campaign aimed at disrupting Orthodox fundamentals", - the report goes.