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Stricter Sanctions for Explosions and Transferring Explosives

16.02.2012
Stricter sanctions will be imposed in the law for explosions in the public places and transferring explosives. The following amendment is to be made to the Criminal Code of Georgia.

According to the draft law, six to nine years imprisonment sentence is envisaged: for transferring, locating, exploding devices or substances dangerous for life and health or other action conducted in the public place,, in the public department, in the system of public transportation, on the object of infrastructure or against them; also, if these actions are committed with the intent to kill or inflict severe health damage or damage the relevant place, department, system or objects when the damage causes significant economic loss or supposedly may result in loss.

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