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Georgian officials released on bail2012-12-24 12:14
Tbilisi City Court has released the CEO of the TV-channel "Rustavi-2" and two Georgian ex-ministers, detained on the case of alleged bribery in a large scale, on bail of 30 thousand lari ($18 thousand), the BBC reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Prosecutors demanded the court about pretrial incarceration for five of the six detainees.
According to the investigation, the detained officials are charged for the alleged bribes in large-scale and developing a scheme designed to conceal the crime.
Recall, not so long ago, six former high-ranking officials, including two ministers, were detained in Georgia.
The law enforcement agencies arrested the ex-Minister of Finance and Energy Aleko Khetaguri and former Minister of Education and now director of the TV-channel "Rustavi-2" Nika Gvaramia. Among other detained there are the former Deputy Minister of Economy Kakha Damenia, CEO of the Tbilisi electricity distribution company "Telasi" Davy Kandelaki and two former officials of Saakashvili's team.