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Saakashvili's afraid of "Georgian Dream"2012-03-16 20:40
"We're calling you to give evidence on the administrative case, as well as on the matter of financing political subject by fraud, to the Financial Monitoring Service of the Control Chamber of Georgia". Such letters have been sent to more than 100 citizens. Letter didn't contain registration number or date of dispatch. Within three days the regions are reporting a lot of information about the conditions of interrogations of activists of the "Georgia Dream". It becomes clear: the popularity of "Georgia Dream" frightens the authorities.
Chamber of Control of Georgia started summonong and interrogations of activists of regional political parties which are in the coalition with the "Georgian Dream". At the same time, citizens have no opportunity to take their lawyers at interrogation. Average interrogation lasts several hours. Every activist is previously searched, all is accompanied by insults. The authorities have called for interrogation the party activists, ordinary activists, those who collected signatures for the restoration of citizenship of Georgia for Bidzina Ivanishvili, distributors of party newspapers, and even those who had rented out are for offices for the representatives of the party.
Interrogation of the activists of the "Georgian Dream" in Batumi started today. "Seven of them were called to a local house of justice: these people have been collecting signatures for the return of Georgian citizenship to Bidzina Ivanishvili. Activists from Helvatsaurskom region also have got notifications. The main objective of this action is frightening activists. Those who have been interrogated are telling about attempts to lure them on power's side, as well as using various psychological effects.
13 supporters of the "Georgian Dream" have been interrogated in the absence of lawyers in Signani. Activists from the city of Poti told about the unprecedented searches by the security officers.
A citizen of Georgia Shalva Tsertsvadze was summoned to a municipal building in Gori. As he talks, he was brought into a closed space and searched. "I asked them to bring me into the air. But they refused. I wasn't allowed to move. I have 80-year-old mother. They threatened her life".
The same mass interrogations have been conducted in Lantskhuti. This was told by Lily Ebralidze - Republican Party activist. "I was searched by a young female police officer. I was interrogated by Kaha Sajaia who told me not to conceal information. I had nothing to conceal".
"Control Chamber has turned into political police. What is happening in Georgia last few days has shown that Saakashvili is afraid. He's afraid of the "Georgian Dream", the leader of the "Free Democrats" Irakli Alasania said.
Activists are being interrogated in the Control Chamber of Kutaisi. More than 20 representatives of youth organization of the "Republican Party" received notifications with a request to appear for interrogation. Questions are the same: when joined the party? Have they collected signatures for a return citizenship to Ivanishvili? Did they get money?
A girl tells: "I was searched by a female police officer, then they took off my jacket and took away everything - even told me get off the earring. Though, they returned everything, but warned that next time they would draw up a report and hand it over to prosecutor's office".
The second interrogated girl describes: "They asked me about my family's income: where my parents worked, when I opened a bank account. Why am I member of the party, financed by Russia".