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Maya Batiashvili: My husband is in captivity2011-05-27 12:37
According to the wife of one of the leaders of the opposition "National Assembly" Irakli Batiashvili - Maya, now her husband is in captivity and they are preparing a kind of a show with his participation". She made this statement in an interview, "GHN" reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I will not let anyone shoot a show with the participation of Irakli. He is in captivity. According to some reports received from various sources, he is located in a "module". But now they are telling me that he is not there" - said Maya Batiashvili.
"Perhaps they prepare a provocation: unknown persons are calling to our home, asking provocative questions, they also say that they saw him somewhere in the street. They say hundreds of things, which give us a reason to believe that a provocation against Irakli is being prepared" - added a spouse of the oppositionist. The fate of her brother - Tamaz Panchulia - is also still unknown.
Recall, on the eve Maya Batiashvili has already expressed her fears for the lives and safety of her husband. "I am afraid that the life of Irakli may be in danger" - said the woman.
Recall, the night of May 26, leaders of the oppositional "National Assembly", headed by Nino Burjanadze, refused to end the protest, which, according to the authorities of Tbilisi, had been authorized to 00:00 pm on May 26. After this time, Georgian special forces dispersed the demonstration, using water cannons and tear gas. According to preliminary reports, two people were killed in the crackdown and about 40 people were injured and taken to the hospital.
Georgian Interior Ministry has charged 90 criminal cases against the protesters.
Location of some leaders of oppositional "National Assembly" is still unkown.