Gia Volski, the Vice Speaker of the Georgian Parliament, on Sunday said the member of the European parliament Viola von Cramon, was “part of a plot” against Georgia.
Cramon, during her visit to Georgia, participated in the rally on Saturday, supporting one of the protesters of the transparency bill rally, who had been charged with attacking police officers and damaging property and sentenced by Tbilisi City Court to preventive detention on Friday.
During the protest outside the Parliament building against the controversial domestic bill on transparency of foreign influence in March, the accused allegedly threw stones and “Molotov cocktails”, injuring the law enforcement officers. The individual partially admitted his guilt.
“Everything is clear'' when the MEP has been supporting “these sadistic actions”, Volski said while commenting on Cramon’s visit to the country, and added Cramon was “one of those supporters” of the radical opposition’s strategy to turn the protest into a physical confrontation and a “civil conflict with bloodshed”.