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Gamsakhurdia is looking for truth in Russia2010-01-26 23:43
The son of the first president of Georgia Konstantin Gamsakhurdia is currently staying with a visit in the Russian capital. He arrived in Moscow to meet with the former high-ranking Georgian security officials living in Russia. As is known, Gamsakhurdia is heading the parliamentary interim commission for establishing the circumstances of death of his father and hopes to find the truth.
According to the official version, first President of Georgia Zviad Gamsakhurdia who has lost power because of a military coup and a three-month siege of the Government House died in the village of Dzveli Hibula in the mountainous region of Samergelo. The master of the house where Gamsakhurdia lived reported that he committed suicide by shooting himself in the head.
The investigation of Zviad Gamsakhurdia's death that comprised eight volumes did not give any definite answer to the question about the death of the first president of Georgia. The oil was poured on the flames by the media that disclosed the following data: the bullet hole was allegedly found in the back of the head, which fact generated further talks about Gamsakhurdia's violent death.
After the tragic events, there was the widow Manana Archvadze-Gamsakhurdia and the three sons, Konstantin, Tsotne and Georgiy left in the family of the first president of Georgia.
As reported earlier by GeorgiaTimes, at the end of last year, Manana Archvadze-Gamsakhurdia turned to Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel with a request to provide her with a political refuge. According to her, the Georgian authorities are constantly pressing not only upon her but upon the entire Gamsakhurdia family. The last drop was the incident when Archvadze-Gamsakhurdia was detained in a small office, from where she was sending letters by email, and then she was brought to the security agency building and beaten. "They have been watching me for two months and, finally, they lost their patience. On December 17, they seized me and detained in the security agency for 7 hours. There I was beaten so I had the signs of beating all over my body", - Archvadze told.