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Saakashvili will testify on November, 28th2008-11-21 17:02
On November, 28th, 2008, Mikhail Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, will testify to the Temporary Parliamentary Committee for Investigation of Events of August 2008, states the bulletin of Georgian government, Noviy region - Yuzhniy Kavkaz (New Region - South Caucus) informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As Paata Davitaya has previously mentioned, "the hearing will be open, and all the questions that worry society, will be asked".
The Temporary Parliamentary Committee for Investigation of Events of August 2008 was established in early October.
The Committee consists of four MPs of the governing party (The National Movement) : Khatuna Gogorishvili, Georgiy Gabashvili, Givi Targamidze, Akakiy Minashvili;one member of fraction The Regions of Georgia - Majoritars, Giya Goguadze, 4 members of opposition fraction The Strong Georgia - Christian Democrats: Levan Vepkhvadze, Nikoloz Laliashvili, Dmitriy Lortkipanidze and Paata Davitaya, and an independent MP, Ramaz Tedoradze.
The Committee has already listened to testimony of a number of high-ranking officials.
Among them: Gela Bezhuashvili, the head of the Intelligence Department; Ekaterina Tkeshelashvili, the minister of Foreign Affairs; Zaza Gogava, Chief of Joint Staff of the Armed Forces of Georgia; Mamuka Kurashvili, the Chief of a Staff of peacekeeping operations in Georgia's conflict zones in Abkhazia and South Ossetia; Alexander Lomaya, the Secretary of National Security Council, and Temur Iakobashvili, the State Minister for Reintegration.