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Noghaideli claims government is preparing an operation to arrest him2010-07-08 17:09
Ex-PM of Georgia, leader of pro-opposition Movement for Just Georgia claims the government is planning to conduct a special operation to arrest him, and intends to use businessman Vano Chkhartishvili for this - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At today's press conference Noghaideli said that Zurab Adeishvili, the Minister of Justice, and Interior Minister Vano Merabishvili were negotiating with Chkhartishvili for some time, and forced him to testify and charge Noghaideli of receiving a bribe.
According to the opposition member, the case the government is working on, will refer to the period of his being Prime Minister.
The businessman refused to testify and had to leave the country, the opposition member said and stated Chkhartishvili confirmed information about pressure on him in a phone talk.
"The government still uses criminal methods in a struggle with political opponents. Our task is to continue fight for shift of power and return Georgia a chance for democratic development," the ex-PM said.