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Public Defense Machinery is unable to do Permanent Monitoring in the Army

12.07.2005

Public Defense Machinery is unable to do Permanent Monitoring in the Army

Tbilisi.10.07.05.Media News. The regular monitoring is not done in the Georgian army.

According to the statistics in May and June, 2005 there were 5 incidents of the deaths of soldiers. One of them died because of a lungs sickness and other four soldiers committed suicides in vague environment.

Group of 25 people is operating at Public Defender’s office to control army divisions but this group acts only upon basis of specific phone calls.

“Number of deaths in Georgian army currently has gone up. Public Defender’s office can’t maintain permanent monitoring in the arm divisions, but on the other hand, it gives effective and strict reaction towards received calls”,- said deputy of Public Defender, Bacho Axalaia when interviewed by ‘Media News’.

 

 

 

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