Eka Beselia: “You will not be able to stop me, to make me stay silent, to disappear me!!!
29 January, 2019
Eka Beselia: “You will not be able to stop me, to make me stay silent, to disappear me!!!
MP Eka Beselia has posted an open letter on her Facebook page, following reports of sex tape leak. The lawmaker addresses persons behind the “moral terror” that they could not achieve their goal:

“You will not be able to stop me, to make me stay silent, to disappear me!!! You woke up new Eka in me, who has become more and more self-reliant on my beliefs, commitment and responsibility, who can protect others better than herself!”

Beselia says the tape was
recorded under Saakashvili’s oppressive regime.

“There is nothing to explain in the content that is disseminated, the form is disgusting. Depravation of family coexistence and invasion into private space with hidden cameras!!! Saakashvili's regime used to do it against every public person, he created a system that trampled down the human dignity. Destroyed them physically and morally,” Beselia writes adding that she started fighting against Saakashvili’s regime, for the restoration of justice.

The lawmaker says then Bidzina Ivanishvili risked everything and led this struggle.

“Three days after he was involved in politics. [Ivanishvili] called me and asked to follow him in this struggle – my words at the very first meeting with him were that I was fighting for the restoration of justice in the country! It was my goal and condition!!! Then, the most brutal regime was defeated and on October 1, the first thing my friends and I did was that we released the tortured prison with the Liberty Manifest. We made the biggest political attack to the National Movement when 215 people were recognized as political prisoners and thousands were released by the reduction of their prison sentence. The answer to this attack was a number of attacks and defamation that has been carrying out against me by opponents,” Eka Beselia said.

The lawmaker addresses the ruling team and says that they could not gain a final victory.

“We started and did not bring it to the end ... collective bullier entered our “team”…and started fluctuating and shaking us from inside…Our society did not accept this replaced bullier in the role of the “Dreamer”…could not get justice with this “mixed” team…On the 7th anniversary, I stop talking, worrying and concerning about it inside [the team] and I would like to say publicly – It’s enough! Let’s give everything its name. We are reducing the distance to the violator's reincarnation... This is why we should not announce the servants of this regime as victims and give them the judge's robe… I cannot tolerate this!!!” Beselia writes.

The civil campaign “This Affects You –They Are Still Listening”, Georgia’s Public defender Nino Lomjaria and Georgian Women’s Movement regard the case as a weapon against women and as another attempt to discredit them in politics. The case should be investigated properly and the government is obliged to tighten up on the responsible people for the crime.

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