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Trial over Bacho Akhalaia begins today2013-03-18 11:53
On Monday, the Tbilisi City Court begins the trial over the former Georgian Defense Minister Bacho Akhalaia and seven persons charged along with him, the Trend reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
This decision was made by the judge at the preliminary court meeting on March 5. That tome, during the preliminary hearing at the Municipal Court Bacho Akhalaia and those accused with him refused from the jurors.
Akhalaia's lawyer states that certain points of the charges brought against Akhalaia are incorrect.
Recall, the trial over the former Minister of Defense and former Minister of Interior Affairs Bacho Akhalaia at the Tbilisi City Court started in late February.
Former Interior Minister of Georgia Bacho Akhalaia was arrested on the night of November 7, after the interrogation in the Prosecutor General's office. Akhalaia is charged with abuse of office.
The cause of the accusations against Akhalaia, who was previously the head of the Defense Ministry, was the complaints to the Prosecutor General's office from former employees of the department.