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Georgian opposition demands investigation of government’s criminal ties2010-01-22 13:18
Pro-opposition Conservative Party of Georgia accuses representatives of the government of having ties with criminal dons and attempts to use them for destabilization of situation in Ukraine - GeorgiaTimes correspondent in Tbilisi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Kakha Kukava, the Secretary General of the Conservative, said he learnt that Givi Targamadze, the chairman of the parliamentary committee for defense and security, in Donetsk discussed the work in monitoring mission with local criminal chiefs Giya Khmelidze and Lasha Shushanadze.
"These suggestions existed even before, as the government of Georgia in fact cooperates with dons, and all the talks about struggle with criminal bosses only serve as a cover. In fact the government plans not eradication of the institution of criminal dons, but its subduing for implementation of the ruling party's interests," Kukava said.
In Kukava's view, it's confirmed by facts of the government's cooperation with Tariel Oniani and other criminals.
The Conservative demand to start official investigation of the facts of Targamadze's contacts with Khmelidze, Shushanadze and other criminals during his stay in Ukraine.