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"Free Georgia" requires arrest of Targamadze2012-10-31 14:20
The opposition party "Free Georgia" is going to appeal to the new Prosecutor General of Georgia Archil Kbilashvili with a request to institute a criminal case against member of parliament Givi Targamadze, the IA Regnum reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The party leader Kakha Kukava stated they required Prosecutor General's office to arrest Targamadze on the grounds of the law, adopted by the previous parliament on the initiative and with the support of the very Givi Targamadze. Under the law, any relationships with the criminals are considered a crime in Georgia. This happened after the "Rose Revolution" when criminal law of Georgia was amended, according to which the involvement in the thieves' world, as well as the possession of the status of a "thief in law" is considered a criminal offense.
Recall, the link between Targamadze and Udaltsov was confirmed by mudslinging war. Preparing material on the results of parliamentary election in Georgia and political technology of mudslinging wars between Mikheil Saakashvili and Bidzina Ivanishvili the correspondents of the GeorgiaTimes have stumbled on audio of "eavesdropping" of telephone conversations of the known Georgian politicians and businessmen. These recordings have already led to the pre-election scandal in Georgia - according to the media, "Ivanishvili was accused of eavesdropping of telephone conversations of his associates".
Among the 15 audio recordings posted on YouTube in July 2012, there are talks of Revaz Sharangia, Vano Merabishvili, Caesar Chocheli, Alexander Khetaguri and ... Givi Targamadze, who has recently become the epicenter of the scandal around the "recruitment" of the activists of Russian non-system opposition for the unrest in the Russian Federation.The journalists have found - records, judging by the discussion of the rally at the Pushkin Square in Moscow, were dated March-April 2012. This means that the discussion took place even before the infamous action at the Swamp Square.