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Property of Head of Free Georgia’s Kakheti Regional Office Sequestered

01.08.2012
Giorgi Mosiashvili, head of Kakheti regional office of the political party Free Georgia, had his property sequestered because of unpaid fine. Mosiashvili told ICK that his fine was increased from 125 070 lari up to 134 025 lari together with property sequestration. 

“July 21 was deadline to pay fine but I did not pay it and they sequestered my property – everything that was registered on my name including bank accounts. Besides that they increased my fine up to 134 025 lari but I am still not going to pay the fine. We have appealed the verdict of the Tbilisi City Court at the Tbilisi Appeal Court but the latter did not change the initial verdict. So, now we are collecting materials and intend to appeal to the Strasbourg Court,” Giorgi Mosiashvili told ICK.

On July 8, Tbilisi City Court found 17 citizens guilty in having illegally donated to political parties and fined them with five fold amount of the donation.

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