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Commission to publish secret documents2008-12-25 16:43
Parliamentary Commission on Studying August Events requests the Security Council to lift the secrecy from the documents read at the closed meetings stated the Commission chairman, Paata Davitaya, GHN informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The most interesting facts were told by Temur Yakobashvili, the State Minister for Reintegration and Alexander Lomaya, the Security Council Secretary, Davitaya mentioned. According to the chairman, these facts are intended to be sent to the Security Council to lift secrecy, and then publish at the parliamentary site. The final meeting of the Commission was held today in the Parliament.
At this meeting documents read by the officials at the closed meetings, were examined.
The Commission interrogated 22 officials, including Mikhail Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, and Nino Burjanadze, the ex-Speaker of the Georgian Parliament. After the investigation the Commission worked out the conclusion, counting 200 pages. On December 18th Paata Davitaya read it aloud in live air.