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The head of the Tbilisi Emergency Service summoned for interrogation2012-12-26 14:29
On Wednesday, December 26, the head of the Tbilisi Emergency Service Temur Giorgadze was summoned to the Prosecutor's Office in connection with the events of the night of May 26, 2011, the News-Georgia reported. That night the law enforcement agencies dispersed the opposition rally in the capital.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Giorgadze has already come for the questioning. Before entering the building of the Prosecutor's Office, he told reporters that he was ready to answer all the questions of the investigation.
"As far as I know, the questioning will be connected to the events of May 26. Specifically, about the work of ambulance service on May 26. I am ready to cooperate with the investigation and to answer all the questions", Giorgadze said.
Recall, after the win of the coalition Georgian Dream in the parliamentary election on October 1, a number of former officials, including ex-ministers, were charged for different crimes. Thus, yesterday, majoritarian MP Roland Akhalaia was summoned to the Prosecutor's Office. This was announced by the Minister of Justice of Georgia Tea Tsulukiani.
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.