Georgian March

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Georgian March
ქართული მარში
Leader Sandro Bregadze
Ideology Social conservatism[1]
Ultranationalism[2]
Anti-immigration[1]
Anti-Islam[1]
Anti-LGBT rights[3]
Political position Far-right[1]
European affiliation none
International affiliation none
Colours      Black and      Red
Seats in Parliament
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The Georgian March (Georgian: ქართული მარში, Kartuli marshi, GM) is a political party and social movement in Georgia. It is led by Sandro Bregadze and Gia Korkotashvili.[1][4] This party/group has homophobic views, opposition to immigration,[5][6] and opposition to Islam.[1] It is also considered to be strongly conservative.[1][7]

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