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No parliamentary commission to investigate notorious crimes will be established2009-12-02 11:42
Special commission to investigate notorious crimes won't be established in the Georgian Parliament. The initiative of the Christian Democrats wasn't backed by the parliamentary majority.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The pro-opposition fraction proposed to investigate not only the death of Sandro Girgvliani, but also other notorious crimes committed in the period of Mikheil Saakashvili's rule.
Akaki Miniashvili, the majority representative, said the opposition tried to use tragedy for own profit and reminded that the government punishes own adherents for the crimes they commit.
Petre Tsiskarishvili, the parliamentary majority leader called on conducting reforms, resulting in increased trust of people to police and judicial system, and police's protection from potential bandits.
The initiative of the Christian Democrats on establishment of the investigation commission was failed.