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Georgia's Prosecution dropped part of charges against Okruashvili2013-01-09 13:47
Georgian Prosecutor General's Office has closed part of the criminal proceedings against the former country's Defense Minister Irakli Okruashvili, the IA Regnum reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Three charges against Okruashvili were related to the facts of abuse of office and money laundering. According to the prosecutors, based on the analysis of the case the Prosecutor's Office has concluded that there has been no evidence of any crimes that Okruashvili had alleged committed.
Recall, in mid-December, Former Georgian Defense Minister Irakli Okruashvili, who is in prison on charges of organizing and participating in illegal armed group, declared hunger strike.
Okruashvili's lawyer Mamuka Chabashvili told reporters that the ex-Minister had declared the hunger strike in solidarity with those who had not been included into the parliamentary list of political prisoners.
Previously, the new charges had been brought against former Irakli Okruashvili. Okruashvili was suspected of creating illegal armed groups and criminal negligence.