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Refugees have captured former building of the prison department of Georgia2012-10-23 14:28
About hundred refugees have broken into the former building of the Department of Corrections in Tbilisi, the Lenta.ru reported. They state that they will remain there as long as the state does not provide them with an alternative place to live.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It is not specified whether the building at the time of arrival of refugees was completely empty or was occupied by any facility.
Earlier we wrote that the party "Free Georgia" and "The civil movement of refugees of Georgia" have called on the new government to pay attention to the problem of forcedly displaced persons from Abkhazia and the Tskhinval region, particularly to the lack of housing for them. On October 15, a briefing on this issue was held. The organizers of the event were the Secretary General of "Free Georgia" Aleko Shalamberidze and speaker of "The civil movement of refugees of Georgia" Mzia Korsantia.
Today Georgia is home to over 90,000 refugees. Some of them still do not have their own homes and have to take shelter in sentry boxes, unfinished houses, or at distant relatives. With the onset of cold housing question becomes urgent.