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Tbilisi Mayor is ready to go to prison2013-05-23 13:00
On Thursday night, the Mayor of Tbilisi Gigi Ugulava arrived from abroad to Tbilisi. He has stated he was not going to disappear, despite the possibility of arrest, the Interfax reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"No one is going to flee from Georgia and all return. If the way to freedom lies through the prison, then we pass this way. Today they have arrested Vano Merabishvili, tomorrow they can arrest me or someone else, but these arrests cannot change anything. Government is trying to hide inability to solve the real problems behind loud arrests," said Ugulava.
The wife of former Prime Minister Vano Merabishvili Tako Salakaya returned to Georgia together with the Mayor of Tbilisi. On the eve there was spread the information that she had fled from Georgia, fearing of arrest in connection with the murder of banker Sandro Girgvliani in 2006 in Tbilisi. In recent days, officers of the Georgian Prosecutor's Office have repeatedly stated that the case haf been reviewed and the customers and executors of the murder would be punished.
Recall, Vano Merabishvili and former Minister of Health and Governor of Kakheti Zurab Chiaberashvili were summoned for interrogation to the District Prosecutor's Office in the city of Kutaisi on the case of fictitious jobs for supporters of the "United National Movement," created in the course of implementation of the state employment program in 2012. After that they were arrested.