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MIA instituted criminal case over tapping opposition offices2009-06-30 17:11
The Interior Ministry of Georgia instituted a criminal case over the fact of presence of eavesdropping devices in opposition offices - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The detected devices are not special gadget and hasn't been used by special services for six years", the Interior Ministry mentions in the official statement spread today. According to the document, the purchase of that device demands no special license, it is being sold both in Georgia and many foreign countries, and everyone can buy it. "Society will be immediately informed on investigation's finding additional information," the Ministry reports.
This week eavesdropping devices were found in the offices of the Conservative party, Way of Georgia party, and the Alliance for Georgia. The parties' representatives accused the authorities in illegal actions against the political opponents. Sozar Subari, the Public Defender, called on law enforcement bodies to investigate the fact of tapping. Opposition leaders informed the diplomatic corps of the event.