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Prosecutor’s Office criticized by opposition

Publish Time 2017-02-17 10:07:00 Update Time 2017-02-17 12:06:00


The parliamentary opposition criticized Chief Prosecutor’s Office about the high-profile case of Archpriest Giorgi Mamaladze, charged for having attempted to poison a high-ranking clergyman. 

Prosecutor’s Office said that investigation into the case was misinterpreted and explained that Mamaladze did not attempt to poison Patriarch. Opposition alleged that Prosecutor’s Office had told a lie and the government was interested in making turmoil about the case. 

The ruling team accused the opponents of speculations and called on the public for waiting for investigation results. 


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