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Statements made by Majority MPs followed criticism
Publish Time 2016-03-26 20:03:00
The statements made by 2 Majority MPs Tamaz Mechiauri and Davit Lortkipanidze about secretly recorded materials reflecting private life were followed by criticism by lawmakers and international organizations.
Lortkipanidze has been provided explanations about his remarks for already the second day. Chief Prosecutor’s Office said it continued probing into facts of release of videos. The Investigation body asked Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for assistance.
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