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Beaten opposition members refuse to testify2009-04-29 17:52
Georgian Interior Ministry instituted legal proceedings in regard to the case of violence against opposition activists Zaza Elchibegov and Irakli Kobakhidze at night of April 27th - 28th .gt-en-newsitem-inside
At the same time, the aggrieved themselves refuse to testify, the Ministry press service message claims.
"Police passed them the document explaining they were summoned to a police office for interrogation in regard to this fact. Despite it, they refused to testify," the document says - Novosti-Gruzia.
"Police calls for them to cooperate to establish the issue", the statement claims.
After some time after the night incident the aggrieved stated that they were attacked in the moment when they left the rally near the Parliament to buy cigarettes. Near Rustaveli underground station a group of young men, about 30 of them, met them and beat. According to Kobakhidze and Elchibegov, the assaulters were dressed in usual clothes; the aggrieved failed to recognize any of them.