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Roland Akhalaia summoned to prosecutor2012-12-25 12:56
Majoritarian deputy of the Georgian parliament of Zugdidi constituency Roland Akhalaia has been summoned to the Prosecutor's Office. According to the IA Regnum, this was announced by the Minister of Justice of Georgia Tea Tsulukiani.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As stated by Tsulukiani, despite the deputy status, in accordance with the law Akhalaia must appear for questioning at a designated time on December 25. According to the Minister, Akhalaia was summoned as a witness on the case, related to his tenure as prosecutor of the region of Samegrelo - Zemo Svaneti. Further details were not announced.
Roland Akhalaia has stated his was not going to the interrogation, but if the investigation and prosecution have any questions they could ask them in public and he would also publicly answer them.
Recall, former Interior Minister of Georgia Bacho Akhalaia was arrested on November 6. According to his lawyer David Dekanoidze, Akhalaia was charged with abuse of office.
The cause of the accusations against Akhalaia was the complaints to the Prosecutor General's office from former employees of the department.