Minister: Why is the President's family considered untouchable?

“Why is it that in our country, the President’s family should be considered untouchable? Even George Bush’s daughters were arrested for drunk driving and violating traffic rules. If it was perceived as something normal there, why is it that here the family members of any president should be untouchable? Everyone should be equal before the law, and no one should insult government institutions -- including the Chairman of the Constitutional Court and the President.”

 

Minister of Internally Displaced Persons from the occupied territories, Accommodation, and Refugees of Georgia, Sozar Subar
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