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High ranks of Interior Ministry arrested in Georgia2010-03-09 12:26
Two employees of the border police and their accomplice were arrested in Georgia over abuse of power and falsification of documents - Georgia Times correspondent in Tbilisi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Interior Ministry, the arrested are: Levan Asitashvili, the head of financial and economic department of border police, and David Gedenidze, the acting head of the procurement service of the same department.
Their accomplice is Georgi Davituri, the founder and head of Geo Impex.
The crime is connected with the international tender of January 16th 2010 for purchase of food at the sum of GEL 2.6 mln [USD 1.55 mln].
Shortly before that day Asitashvili and Gedenidze told about the tendering to their friends and urged them to establish own firms, then falsified documents and allowed his friends win.
Gedenidze admitted his guilt fully; Asitashvili and Davituri - partially. They can be sentenced to 9 years of imprisonment.