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Parliamentary committee to announce results on Thursday2008-12-18 10:07
Temporary Parliamentary Committee for Investigation of Events on August 2008 will present its conclusion on December, 18th , stated the chairman of the Committee, Paata Davitaya, after the meeting of the Committee members with the representatives of diplomatic corpus , accredited in Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Davitaya, he will read the conclusion aloud in live air, and it will reflect all the data they managed to gather after hearings of officials and in the period of the Committee work.
The Committee shared their results with foreign diplomats and presented the documents, audio and video materials.
Temporary Parliamentary Committee for Investigation of Events on August 2008 was established in early October and in two months heard to 22 officials. The last one to hear was Mikhail Saakashvili, the President of Georgia.
The most scandalous meeting occurred when Erosi Kitsmarishvili, ex-ambassador of Georgia to Russia, was heard. He charged Georgian government of military operation preparation and outbreak of war.
Paata Davitaya suggests that the results of the investigation may urge the General Prosecutor's Office to institute legal proceedings against a number of officials, but didn't mention whom the Committee can accuse.