UNM has questions about some of deputy ministers of interior
United National Movement says the reputation of some senior authorities causes serious questions about their political interests. Zurab Japharidze of the UNM brifed in this regards today.
He said several deputy ministers of interior occupied serious positions in the Shevardnadze government and their activities were suspicious. He said Lasha Natsvlishvili, the first deputy minister of interior, is one of them.
Zurab Japharidze has also quoted one of Natsvlishvili`s interviews with a Russian newspaper, where he said that it might have been better if Russian army occupied Tbilisi too. Japharidze said Natsvlishvili`s interview was given to the newspaper after August War in 2008.
`Some of the persons appointed deputy ministers of internal affairs were on senios positions in the times, when the organized crime gangs were involved in the work of the government, when drug turnover was officially prohibited but in fact controlled by law enforcement and security structures, when the corruption reached incredible scales in budgetary structures and when GEorgian public and law enforcement offices were staffed with the officers of the intelligence services of our enemy country,` Japharidze said.