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Interpol to search Zurab Adeishvili2013-01-11 13:00
Prosecutor General's Office of Georgia has submitted the case of the former Minister of Justice Zurab Adeishvili to the Tbilisi branch of Interpol to include him into the international wanted list, the Echo of the Caucasus reported. Materials of the case will be forwarded to the President of Interpol to France.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The International Criminal Police Organization is going to study the submission in detail, after which Adeishvili will be included into the international wanted list on the Red circular.
Earlier, as reported by the RBC, Tbilisi City Court sentenced Adeishvili, who had left Georgia immediately after the parliamentary election on October 1, 2012 in absentia to an interlocutory sentence. He was charged with four articles of the Criminal Code of Georgia, including ill-treatment of prisoners and abuse of power.
Current Minister of Justice of Georgia Thea Tsulukiani explained that the ex-minister was charged, but he did not come to the law enforcement agencies. According to Tsulukiani, her predecessor is now in Budapest.
"Legal mechanisms are being applied to the accused, who doesn't come to the investigative bodies. He is in Budapest, where he was visited by former high-ranking officials", Tsulukiani said.