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Georgian Control Chamber against charity2012-05-31 19:35
Recently, "Komagi" fund was founded in Georgia. Its goal is providing help to political prisoners and those fired from their jobs because of political beliefs. The fund is planning to provide different assistance, including financial aide. This has immediately become the object of steadfast attention of Georgian Control Chamber, which has found a link between "Komagi" and "Georgian Dream".
"Komagi" fund was founded on May 15 this year. "We will help all victims of political repression - it does not matter which opposition party they belong to. We'll also help those who have been persecuted for dissent, who openly express their beliefs and thoughts. I would like to specify that we do not belong to any party, and this fund was not established in conjunction with someone else. We are public representatives, and we have decided to create a fund. We'll also receive funding from the various organizations that consider our job fair", chairman of the "Komagi" (intercession - Ed.) Ia Metreveli said.
"I wanted to create such a fund since 2004, in the name of my dead son, to help people, humiliated by this government. My friend immigrants assisted me. Nothing can help me, but I am fighting for justice", Ms. Metreveli said.
The Fund will provide financial aid to families of political prisoners in the amount of GEL 1000-1500 monthly. The fund will get financial assistance businessmen, living in Georgia and abroad. Many individuals have expressed desire to help "Komagi".
While it is known that such well-know actors as Marina Janashia, Cote Jandieri and Levan Gordeziani were involved in the creation of "Komagi". The fund includes an independent committee consisting of 5-6 members designed to examine the cases of political prisoners. The names of committee members are unknown so far.
Ia Metreveli: "Our committee will include very reliable people who will examine the status of each victim. We will determine the issue of aid provision. We will examine the cases starting from those detained on November 23, 2003, after so-called "Rose Revolution", and finishing with the last arrests".
Lamzira Korchiashvili, the teacher from the village of Chalaubani, is the first person who will receive financial assistance. She wanted to hand a letter to Mikheil Saakashvili when he attended the opening of the hospital. President's body guards have injured her, and then principal of her school fired her.