Eliso Chapidze: ”I Have the Materials according which Special Services of Georgia Plan My Liquidation
“I have the materials according which Special Services of Georgia plan my liquidation”, - Eliso Chapidze, Georgian Dream majoritarian candidate in Tkibuli, told All News.
“The government began to fight with me unfairly. We got the information about my liquidation last week…I have the materials and it reveals the plan of the Special Services. They are going to liquidate me.We have already given these materials to some embassies. I decided to release this information just for my protection. I want to add that the evidence is not in Tkibuli but in a safe place”, Chapidze said.
She added that the local employees of Constitutional Security Department (CSD) have been ordered to get the information about her relocation route.
“There are witnesses and I also have the record of the meeting where Koba Sharvadze, the head of the CSD in Tkibuli district, orders the employees to study my relocation route in detail. They also are ordered to get the information about the technical condition of my car, where I park it, and which side I sit in the car most often”, the majoritarian candidate asserts.
Eliso Chapidze appeals to the president and the Kublashvili brothers and warns them that if she or the members of her family are injured, they will be responsible for it.
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