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Prosecutor General's Office may interrogate Mikheil Saakashvili2013-04-01 13:15
Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili may be interrogated in connection with involvement in a criminal offense. This was publicly stated by the country's Prosecutor General Archil Kbilashili, the IA Regnum reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The head of the Georgian Prosecutor's Office noted that the need for interrogation has arisen in connection to "a completely new criminal case, the circumstances of which were still not voiced publicly."
"Georgian legislation does not allow the exclusion associated with a person who knows anything of the case. This also applies to the president and ordinary citizens," said Kbilashvili.
Responding to the questions of the journalists, Georgian Prosecutor General said that the president could possess information on the case of the alienation of the TV-channel "Imedi", as well as on the case of the alienation of the 27 state facilities for the symbolic price of 1 lari.
As reported by the Caucasian Knot, the interrogation of the president could be associated with the dispersals of peaceful opposition rallies on November 7, 2007, and on May 26, 2011, as well as with the circumstances of the death of the former Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania on February 3, 2005.
According to Archil Kbilashili, in addition, the president can be interrogated on the issue of the war in August 2008.