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Prison chief in Georgia resigned2012-11-06 13:19
In Georgia, in the evening of November 5, it was announced that the chief of the Ksani prison No 15 Nukri Khukhua resigned. He told reporters that he had not still sent the report to the Ministry of Corrections, Probation and Legal Aid, since on November 5, when he wrote it, it was too late, the IA Regnum reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Khukhua said he did not plead the charges against him on the part of the prisoners, but would not cling for the position of chief director, especially if his resignation would help stabilize the situation in the prison.
Recall, previously it was reported that a special working group to study the cases of political prisoners was established under the Committee on Human Rights and Civil Integration of the Georgian parliament.
According to the press service of the parliament of Georgia, such a decision was taken at a meeting of the Committee on Human Rights in Kutaisi on November 1.
The working group includes 15 representatives of non-governmental organizations. It must reconsider the lists of the political prisoners provided by non-governmental organizations and then transfer the relevant documentation to the Committee for the Protection of Human Rights and Civil Integration.