The presentation took place on November 27 at the Mtkvarze club in the capital. The process of creating the party was initiated by 15 young people aged 25 to 35, now out of more than a hundred, Ekho Kavkaz reports.
One of the founders of the party is 27-year-old Tamar Jakeli, who was educated in the US and Sweden and returned to Georgia a few months ago.
“The Green parties in Europe that we draw inspiration from are very progressive equality-oriented parties: feminist, openly supporting queer people. In Georgia, the Green Party, which formally still exists, has always lacked these progressive views. It was only a party of environmentalists. We believe that the party should deal with both environmental and climate issues, as well as issues of equality: the rights of women, queer people, people with disabilities, the protection of religious and ethnic minorities, social issues,” she said.