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General Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia refused to pardon 3 political prisoners2008-11-17 16:17
Three prisoners out of the Anti- Crisis Council list will not be amnestied.gt-en-newsitem-inside
These are: Shalva Ramishvili, the constitutor of the "202" TV company, Nora Kvitsiani, a sister of ex-attorney president of Georgia in Kodori gorge and Maya Topuria, a relative of Igor Georgadze, the ex-State Security chief, (he was charged of revolution preparation).
As Giya Tortladze, the head of the Anti-Crisis Council said, «Officers of General Prosecutor's office suppose that they are no political prisoners and should serve their sentences. In their view, these people are not to be pardoned», GHN informs.
The list includes 16 political prisoners. Two of them have already been released: David Kantaria, the ex-Mayor of Poti, and Givi Makharashvili, the ex-Minister of Defense (Irakly Okruashvili) security officer. Moreover, the Council managed to release Josif Dzhandieri and Georgy Takaishvili, convicted for resistance to police in the rally of November, 2007.
The entire list of political prisoners the Council is going to have released will be published in a few days.