Saakashvili to be tried in the Hague
The International Criminal Court accepted the claim against Mikheil Saakashvili, the president of Georgia, said Shalva Khachapuridze, the Georgian attorney at law - RosBalt.
He specified it concerns the 150-page claim with detailed descriptions of illegal actions of Georgian authorities.
Previously Ramaz Klimiashvili, the Georgian political scientist, the short-term visit of FBI head, Robert Mueller, was connected with the plan to arrest Saakashvili.
"I think the man of such rank wouldn't arrive in Georgia for a regular affair, - the expert said. - I really think it and I'm not joking - Saakashvili's arrest is in order".
Klimiashvili noted: past spring in the Hague the European Council said the prosecutor's office must start investigation of crimes, committed by Saakashvili.
"The president of Georgia will obviously taken away from here in handcuffs, though I wish I were wrong, - he underlined. - I don't like Saakashvili, but the Georgian people didn't deserve this shame. "