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Giorgi Akhvlediani – the Government Thinks They Have Defeated Society

The government of Georgia thinks that they have defeated the society and consequently, they released the convicted for the murder of Sandro Girgvliani. Giorgi Akhvlediani from the Christian Democratic Party made statement about the fact at the press-conference today.


Akhvlediani added he could not leave the fact without comments because the society had learned about the murder from the TV Company “Imedi” where he worked in the news room.


MP Giorgi Akhvlediani said the investigation was led incorrectly and the convicted people were those who actually committed crime; but those who ordered the crime are still unpunished.


Members of the Christian-Democrats hope murderers of Sandro Girgvliani and authors of this crime will be punished according to the law. As for the release of the convicted people, Giorgi Akhvlediani said the government thinks they have defeated the society and consequently they made decision that insults the society.


The convicted people were charged under Article 117 of the Criminal Code of Georgia that envisages the premeditated injure of the person that resulted into the death.


Alania, Bibiluridze, Ghachava and Aptsiauri were judged for the murder of Girgvliani in July of 2006. Alania was sent to prison for eight years, Bibiluridze, Ghachava and Aptsiauri for seven years. Later, their prison term was half diminished.


Two days ago it was reported that pardon commission had discussed the cases of the convicted for the murder of Sandro Girgvliani and they are pardoned.


Source: Interpressnews

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