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Interrogation in Telavi – Questioning about Family Members, Their Whereabouts, Income…

According to supporters of Georgian Dream, Chamber of Control inquired about their family situation and income of family members during the interrogation.

“At first I wrote how many members my family had, who helped me with finances. They did not specifically ask how much we earned but asked in general how we supported the family. They also asked what we were going to do in future. I told them it was my business,” – supporter of Georgian Dream Natia Bitskinashvili stated to Kakheti Information Center. According to her, she was searched in a separate room before the interrogation.

“They inquired who the family members are, where they are, what their income is and etc. They requested to tell them and I did. I did not have anything to hide. They did not explain why they needed this information, just asked a question and I answered,” – member of Free Democrats Bidzina Jokhadze noted.

On the second floor of Telavi municipality local government Chamber of Control has been interrogating supporters of Georgian Dream since morning.

Kakheti Information Center

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