Georgian Dream Member To Be Judged for Swindle In His Absence
Tbilisi City Court is discussing the case of Melik Raisian, a member of the Georgian Dream. He is charged for swindle.
A leader of the Georgian Dream Sozar Subari attended the process. He said the case is about an incident that occurred in Akhalkalaki in 2006. Subari clarified that Malvina Mataridze, a victimized person according to case materials, alleges that Raisian had extorted 38 000 lari from her in exchange of protecting her company.
Subari believes Raisian is a victim of political persecution. He said Malvina Mataridze filed complaint against Raisian on May 25, 2012 after he publicly declared his support for the Georgian Dream.
Sozar Subari supposes that court will judge sought Raisian in his absence in order to prevent him from taking part in the parliamentary elections as a candidate of the Georgian Dream. Sozar Subari said the process was scheduled in September but the Court decided to discuss it in August in a hurry.
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