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Scandal with bribery in Georgia2012-11-26 17:59
Former Member of Parliament of Georgia, businessman Koba Bekauri claims that in 2005 former Ministers of Justice and Internal Affairs of Georgia made him to provoke one of the founders of the TV company "202" Shalva Ramishvili into taking a bribe, the IA Regnum reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Bekauri made his confession on Monday in the air of TV "Maestro". According to the former speaker, he decided to tell the truth about what had happened in 2005, because he could not "carry so heavy load".
According to Bekauri, the then Minister of Justice Zurab Adeishvili threatened him. The giving of a bribe was to be filmed with a hidden camera. Bekauri claims that the "operation" was planned in the office of a former senior official of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Dato Akhalaia (brother of the arrested recently ex-Defense Minister Bacho Akhalaia).
As recalled by the Voice of Russia, Ramishvili was arrested in August 2005 on charges of extorting money from the еру MP Koba Bekauri for not broadcasting aprogram compromising Bekauri in connection with the activities of the customs terminal "Opiza". Director of "202" David Kokhreidze was detained on the same charges. Both have served assigned terms - 4 and 3 years.