The Georgian Labour Party criticizes the "Charter of Freedom"
The Georgian Labor Party has expressed their dissatisfaction with the adoption of "Freedom Charter". According to the "Georgia-News", the day before, at a press conference Labour Party's political secretary Giorgi Gugava has even called this document "Charter for the murder". He believes that "the law created on the instructions of President Saakashvili is the another manifestation of fascism and dictatorship, which provides spiritual and physical destruction of a generation that was born and worked in the communist era. "The document creates the legal basis for the "witch hunt" - said Gugava.
"This law provides for prosecution and destruction of political opponents and those who are not slaves of the current regime" - added the Labour Party member.
Recall, the "Freedom Charter" was adopted in Georgia on May 31 this year. Its author was the head of the opposition faction "Strong Georgia" George Tortladze. In this document he had combined the bills of "lustration" and "Patriot Act".
The Charter requires different restrictions for the former members of intelligence services of the Soviet Union, the former top officials of the Communist Party and of Young Communist League, there prescribes to prevent the use fascist and communist symbols in public places and establishes control over financial flows from abroad.