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Alasania: Officials planted bomb in Zugdidi2012-05-05 12:53
As reported by the IA Regnum, according to the leader of the "Free Democrats" and one of the leaders of the coalition "Georgian Dream" Irakli Alasania (also - former Georgian ambassador to the UN) claims that the explosives near the prosecutor's office in Zugdidi was planted by some officials.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to information posted on Alasania's page on the social network Facebook, the oppositionist stated this May 4 at a meeting with a population of Zugdidi (Samegrelo region, Western Georgia) in a local house of culture. Alasania stressed that the bomb, planted by the officials, did not frighten the people. "Today, we're all together, and the bomb, planted and later removed by some officials, did not frighten anyone. And what we have been doing in recent years gives results now, when Ivanishvili has appeared in the politics and made the victory possible", Alasania said.
Recall, May 4, law enforcement officers of Georgia arrested an accused of the bombing at the District Prosecutor's Office in the town of Zugdidi (Samegrelo region, Western Georgia). This was reported by the chief of staff of the Georgian Interior Ministry Shota Khizanishvili.