Mamuka Khazaradze, the founder of the public movement “Lelo”, introduced 12 new members in the courtyard of the Pioneer Palace, where he spoke about the importance of youth involvement in political processes.
According to him, the new members of the movement are people of different professions who will be actively involved in the development of “Lelo” projects.
"Despite the differences, it is a democratic, open and public process where the compromises are exist. We should end this two-political party system. The appearance of alternative is imperative for Georgian society. I believe that this is possible and we will come to victory”, - said Irakli Kupradze, a member of “Lelo”.