Burjanadze demands Merabishvili to present evidence
Georgian opposition leader of "Democratic Movement" Nino Burjanadze made a statement with a refutation of publication of infamous web site WikiLeaks today. As reported by the "GHN", the main Georgian opposition categorically denied the information that her family allegedly received $ 500 thousand from the Georgian "thief in law" Tarel Oniani living recently in Russia.
Previously, WikiLeaks published such message, referring to the "revelations" of the head of the Georgian Interior Minister Vano Merabishvili which he told former U.S. Ambassador to Georgia John Tefft.
"Neither I nor my family members did not meet with Tarel Oniani or others "thieves in law" and we have not had any dealings with them and I have no desire for a relationship with them. Let Merabishvili tell us about contacts with Oniani, getting money, his showdown with the thieves and showdowns of Saakashvili and his government with them" - Burjanadze commented on this internet material in an interview to "Alia".
In addition, Burjanadze demanded Interior Minister to present evidence of the information he published that her husband, Badri Bitsadze, had received $ 500 thousand from Oniani.