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Georgian Parliament board will interrogate officials who were crossing the border on August 7-14th2008-10-29 15:48
A temporary Georgian Parliament board of the August conflict investigation is going to summon and interrogate the officials, representatives of legislative and executive authorities, who left Georgia or returned from abroad in the period from August 7th up to 14th , said Paata Davitaya on today's extraordinary briefing.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Davitaya, the board requested the frontier police of Georgia and got the information concerning state officials and MPs who either returned to Georgia from or left it in this period.
He pointed out that the majority of the people mentioned in the list, were out when the war began, but were back to Georgia as they learned what happened.
«They count about 80 per cent, but there are those, who left Tbilisi and weren't back to Georgia, or returned later. We are going to interrogate all, and the sessions will be open to public. Society will be able to learn everything and conclude», - Davitaya underlined.
He read the list aloud, but didn't say who exactly left Georgia after August, 7th. However, journalist pressing made him call one name: Koba Nakopia, the general director of the Madneuli, a gold-mining enterprise.
A temporary Georgian Parliament board of the august conflict investigation was formed in the beginning of October and started its work last week. The board had already held several meetings. The speakers were: the Head of Foreign Intelligence, the Foreign Affairs Minister, the Secretary of Security Council, the Minister of Reintegration and the representatives of the Ministry of Defence.