Georgian authorities support homosexuals
Georgian authorities support the idea of gay parades in the country. The leader of "Free Georgia" Kukava told this in an interview to GTimes. "The idea of gay parades has been promoted in Georgia for a long time. One attempt to organize a gay parade was taken in Tbilisi, the second - in Batumi. It seemed that the authorities had been helping the organizers. Judging by the number of police officers who were required to protect those gay parades, it was evident : the ruling party was behind the organization of those parades.
Georgia's ruling elite is positioning itself as a liberal progressive forces. They are focused on Europe and America. Conservative Georgian opposition, in their opinion, this is an analog of the Georgian "al-Qaeda" or "Taliban". Their style is the radical fundamentalism, which is unacceptable in a progressive society. Georgian government wanted to hold a gay parade in Tbilisi and Batumi in order to show its "progressive" orientation.
Georgian Orthodox Church has guarded us from these sodomy gatherings. But the authorities have clearly shown their sympathy to the idea of gay parades in Georgia. Authorities have established a special fund for this purpose, which are funded from abroad. I think that after the elections, the Georgian government will return to the idea of gay pride parades and will try to hold it".