Technical Director of “Sakpetkmretsvi”- Scapegoat
Avtandil Darsavelizdze, the technical director of “Sakpetkmretsvi” was detained as a suspect for breaching the security norms during explosion of the Memorial to Victory in Kutaisi.
David Sakvarelidze, the deputy chief prosecutor, stated about it at the special held press-conference. According to him, Darsavelidze was responsible for the security of the explosion which he neglected. More precisely, he severely breached the norms estimated by the law, which regulates the security of similar explosions.
Avtandil Darsavelidze is accused under Article 240, Part I and II of the Criminal Code; he will be sentenced from 2 to 5 years.
David Sakvarelidze said they investigate the accident and have scheduled technical expertise too, after that they will estimate criminal liability of other people too.
Two people, 8-year-old Nino Jincharadze and her mother sacrificed to the explosion of the memorial to victory on December 19 in Kutaisi.Kutaisi Municipality Board ordered “Sakpetkmretsvi” to blow up the memorial.
According to official information, president Saakashvili ceased his visit in Denmark and returned back in Tbilisi because of the terrible incident. He expressed his condolence to the family and fired Irakli Chogovadze, the regional governor of Imereti District.
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