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Saakashvili promised not to prosecute delinquents2009-05-12 12:30
Mikheil Saakashvili promised to declare a moratorium on investigation of all the delinquencies committed in the course of the protest actions and on punishments for them. He made this statement before the meeting with opposition leaders demanding his resignation - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"In order to decrease tension of the confrontation I promised to declare a moratorium on investigation of all delinquencies which took place in the course of the protest actions, with overwhelming political emotions; and further legal prosecution", Saakashvili said after the meeting.
"There were many such cases," he added.
"It all wasn't pleasant. And we all understand that in usual situation these people surely bear responsibility. But we are ready to take this step, as we don't want anyone to be cornered or have feeling that he has no future or way back. Together we will work out a safe-conduct", Saakashvili stated.
At the same time, the president underlined that "no-one has the right to limit the rest of the society for his personal political reasons: to block roads, to keep the emergency from an ill person, to impede children's attending school, to check documents of journalists or passers-by without any right to do it ".
"We will never allow any new Mkhedrioni armed groups or any other, allegedly community units. These times are gone", Saakashvili said.