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Ex-MP becomes the new Chief prosecutor of Georgia2009-09-28 17:32
Today ex-MP Murtaz Zodelava replaced Mamuka Gvaramia at the post of the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia, the Chief Prosecutor's press service reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Prosecutor's General Office was reorganized in the Chief Prosecutor's Office in November 2008, when the system was joined to the Ministry of Justice, the head of the structure was called "Minister of Justice-Prosecutor General", and the Chief Prosecutor was given the role of the inner manager. Mamuka Gvaramia, who was the Chief Prosecutor from November 2008, will be the Chief Prosecutor of Tbilisi.
Up to today Murtaz Zodelava was the MP, representative of the parliamentary majority, the first deputy chairman of the parliamentary Committee for Legal Affairs.