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Prosecutor's Office is investigating the activities of Security Council of Georgia2013-04-30 16:26
Georgian Prosecutor General's Office is investigating the financial activities of the National Security Council. According to the News-Georgia, this was announced by the country's Prosecutor General Archil Kbilashvili.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We're investigating a lot of cases, and one of them relates to the financial and economic activities of the Security Council in a certain period of time," Kbilashvili said adding that the investigation is connected to the expenditure of public funds.
"There is a normal process of the investigation, and we will present information to the public when it is completed," said the Prosecutor General.
Earlier, Archil Kbilashvili stated that during the five months the new authorities of Georgia instituted criminal cases against 260 public officials, including five former Ministers and the Mayor of the capital, the Interfax reported.
"When the people do not see these people behind the bars, they believe that the Prosecutor's Office is weak or works ineffectively, which, however, is not true," said Kbilashvili.
Specifically, he noted that the law enforcement agencies investigated new cases that can confirm the involvement of the Ministers and other government officials, including the Mayor of Tbilisi Gigi Ugulava.