Father of the only Georgian victim of the mass shooting on Norway`s island of Utoya has prepared a speech, which he is going to read at the proceeding where the murder case of Tamta Liparteliani will be discussed today. He intends to demand life sentence at the strict regime prison for Breivik.
A few hours before the hearing, Avtandil Liparteliani met with the Prime Minister of Georgia Nika Gilauri.
Natia Chkhetiani, another Georgian girl, who was with Tamta Liparteliani during the mass shooting on Utoya will also appear before the court. Natia underwent a course of psychological rehabilitation before arriving in Norway.
Breivik killed 77 people in a single day on July 22 last year. He admits to carrying out a bombing in Oslo and going on a shooting rampage on Utoeya but denies criminal responsibility.
Ex-security minister of the Shevardnadze government, Valeri Khaburdzania, who recently arrived in Georgia from Moscow on Easter holidays, says he is going to join active political life, but not prior to the presidential elections, but before the elections of the self-governments. Khaburdzania has not selected a name for his political ...
A ten year-old boy was raped by a grown-up man in Kakheti Region. The crime was committed in a village of the Gurjaani district of the region. Regional prosecutor says the defendant was earlier convicted, but was dismissed from prison under the amnesty a few months ago.
Georgian Young Lawyers` Association NGO plans to address the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia officially against today. The NGO asks for conducting an independent expertise of the corpses of seven Chechens, who were killed in the Lapankuri anti-terror operation conducted in the Pankisi Gorge last summer.
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Non-governmental organization Identity [Identoba], who works on the protection of the rights of LGBT community members and another NGO the Women`s Initiative Support Group, will hold a joint demonstration on Rustaveli Avenue on May 17.
Justice Minister Tea Tsulukiani says she has her favorite among the politicians discussed as potential candidates for the president from the ruing party; however, she abstains from saying the name. The political council of the ruling coalition will assemble tomorrow to take a final decision on the presidential candidate.
Ex-speaker of Georgian parliament, who now leads Democratic Movement - United Georgia Party has not decided yet to join the race for the presidential elections. Nino Burjanadze, who has always had similar ambitions, has told Rustavi 2 she is now waiting for the nomination of the Georgian Dream party`s candidate for the president and only afterwards...