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Tbilisi again asking Malaysia to mitigate punishment for Georgian citizens2011-04-06 16:24
Official Tbilisi sent another letter to Malaysian party connected with the detention of the Georgian women in Malaysia on suspicion of drug trafficking. As reported by GHN, Chief Prosecutor's Office sent a similar letter following the Georgian Prime Minister.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The administration is asking its Malaysian colleagues to send more detailed information in the course of investigating the case of Babutsa Gordadze and Daredzhan Kokhtashvili and inform about the conditions the women are kept in. Besides, in its letter Georgia asks to change the women's sentence from death penalty to long-term imprisonment.
Let us remind you that two citizens of Georgia have been arrested in Malaysia last autumn on suspicion of drug smuggling. In Malaysia, such crime is punished with death penalty.