Tbilisi City Court will send the appeal of the lawyer of former minister of interior and defense Bacho Akhalaia, to the Tbilisi Appeals Court, which in its turn has 72 hours for discussing the document. Davit Dekanoidze is appealing the ruling of the Tbilisi City Court, which sent former minister to pre-trial detention for the second time after considering new accusations of the prosecutor`s office. Bacho Akhalaia was charged with abuse of duties, illegal confinement and torture of soldiers. MP from the parliamentary minority, Akaki Minashvili does not rule out the transfer of the former minister from N7 prison to another penitentiary facility, arguing he cannot be safe in that prison.
Court will discuss the cases of eight persons arrested with the charges of being connected to a criminal network abroad. Four other defendants were already sent to custody for two months within the pre-trial detention. The hearing was held late last night
President of Georgia has declared May 16 a Day of Mourning for the three Georgian soldiers who were killed in a combined attack on Shirgaza military base in Afghanistan three days ago. Flags have been lowered on every official office since the morning.
Leader of the Democratic Movement - United Georgia, Nino Burjanadze is back to political activity. Burjanadze announced his decision to finish moratorium and return to active political life at the meeting with her party activists at the Ozurgeti Democratic Involvement Center today.
Government of Georgia proposes to declare May 16 a day of mourning to honor the three Georgian soldiers, who were killed in a terror attack on a military base in Afghanistan two days ago. The initiative has been sent to the president of Georgia today.
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Leader of the political movement The Nationals, Sandro Bregadze asserts that the rally of the NGO Identoba, which is planned to be held on Rustaveli Avenue on May 17, is organized and supported by the United National Movement.
Former first deputy minister of internal affairs of Georgia, Gela Khvedelidze will be released from custody after paying 5000 GEL. Attorney of the defendant, who was arrested for organizing release of private live video on internet a few days ago, presented the motion to release Khvedelidze against 5000 GEL bail and the judge approved it.