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Conservatives accuse Imedi of conniving at Interior Ministry2010-02-03 17:23
The pro-opposition Conservative party of Georgia accuses the managers of Imedi of carrying out the policy of Interior Ministry - Georgia Times correspondent in Tbilisi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Kakha Kukava, the Secretary General of the party, said that for months the channel had been trying to present Tsotne Gamsakhurdia as a spy and murderer, though none of the charges found any confirmation.
"MIA uses a method on basing the charge on the so-called polygraph on behalf of family members, yet not officially, but via TV show," Kukava explained.
He explained that in a program about Tsotne Gamsakhurdia everything the prosecutor's office failed to prove despite 2-year investigation, was said: his alleged acting by order of Russian services, alleged addiction to medicines etc.
Kukava deplored that the channel, founded by Badri Patarkatsishvili and in its time best-loved and popular in Georgia, turned into channel of polygraphs, nights with Shorena and other immoral programs.
"We protest against the unethical and immoral program, shown in the air of this TV company, and together with the Georgian people support Gamsakhurdia family," Kukava said.