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Opposition is sure of authenticity of record concerning scandal with Imedi2010-03-17 12:46
Sozar Subari, the ex-Public Defender of Georgia, one of the Alliance for Georgia leaders, imposes all the responsibility for the "special report" of Imedi aired past Saturday, on Mikheil Saakashvili.gt-en-newsitem-inside
On Tuesday a record of phone talk between a man and a woman was posted in the Internet. Supposedly, the interlocutors are head of Imedi, Arveladze, and the anchorwoman, Tsamalashvili. The woman warns of consequences, the man says it must be done "as Misha said."
Subari has no doubts in validity of the record and claims no-one will believe if Georgian authorities say the opposite - RIA Novosti.
Kakha Kukava, one of the Conservtive party leaders, shares the same opinion.
"The other side cannot be blamed for everything. We must clearly remember that in out country the cell phone connection is under control of the Interior Ministry of Georgia, not Russia," he said.
Yet Arveladze and Tsamlashvili disclaimed the authenticity of the record and said it has been prepared by Russian special services. Georgian authorities stick to the same point of view.
Yesterday another record of a phone talk appeared in the Internet.