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Georgian Parliament won't investigate events in Lopota Gorge2013-04-18 12:35
Georgian Parliament will not create a temporary commission of inquiry to investigate the events in the Lopota Gorge in the summer of 2012. This decision was taken on April 17, at a meeting with the Public Defender of Georgia Ucha Nanuashvili, the Caucasian Knot reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Yesterday, on April 17, Nanuashvili met with deputies in the Parliament of Georgia. During the meeting it was decided not to establish a commission.
As explained after the meeting by the Parliament Vice-Speaker Manana Kobakhidze, under the current law, when any case is being investigated a parallel investigation commission cannot be created.
Recall, in early March, Public Defender of Georgia presented to the Parliament the report on the human rights situation in Georgia consisting of 771 pages. The loudest statement in this report is related to the events in the Lopota Gorge. Ucha Nanuashvili stated that the evidences he had cast doubt on the official version of the investigation.