51 people detained during June 20 protest in Tbilisi released
51 people detained during June 20 protest in Tbilisi released

The 51 people detained on June 20-21 during the protest outside the parliament building at central Rustaveli Avenue in Tbilisi on charge of administrative law violation have been released – Tbilisi City Court reported.

On June 25, General Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia said that Prosecutor’s Office and Central Criminal Police Department of Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) continued probing into facts of organization of group violence regarding the developments on June 20-21 during the protest outside the parliament building at central Rustaveli Avenue in Tbilisi.

At the same time, it was said that MIA continued identification of those who were calling for violence, trying to break the police corridor and throwing different items at the parliament and law-enforcers. According to the Prosecutor’s Office, administrative punishment was imposed to 121 persons out of whom 54 remained imprisoned.

 

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