72.2% for displacement, 18.8% for Georgianisation

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Regnum - 17.01.2005

72.2% from 1000 people asked think that the problem of National Minorities in Georgia needs to be resolved as follows: "creat such conditions that they return to their original lands". This is the result of a sociological poll undertaken by the organisation BCG.

18.8% think that along this line it is necessary to create conditions for "the Georgianisation of the representatives of the national minorities and their assimilation within the Georgian population of the country". 18.5% have a different view on the solution of the problem: "the creation of conditions allowing the national minorities to keep their cultural and religious identity and at the same time learn the Georgian language to become full components of the construction of the Georgian statehood."