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Prison, At Prison, in Prison (part III)
We got in touch with the administration of the penitentiary system to find out the reason for such unbearable conditions in the prison. After several attempts, Salome Makharashvili, the chief of the Public Relations Service Department, commented on the situation with us.
Prison, At Prison, In Prison (part II)
-What a smell. Let them repair these chairs to sit on. I have been standing for twelve hours already and cannot keep on my feet any more, -said a woman, holding two heavy bags. There is some wire binder stretched at the beginning of the queue. Passer-by should have to keep the third queue to hand in the parcel and then wait for a reply. Uniformed people are standing there and laughing loudly.
Prison, At the Prison, In the Prison (part I)
Gorgasali Street 83, Ortachala District, Tbilisi. This is a place that is always crowded. Sad people, holding heavy bags, are waiting for something. If you look at some of them carefully, you will notice tears in their eyes. There is a bus stop nearby. A person looking at them might think these people are waiting for a bus. But, the vehicles keep passing, and people keep waiting in line…
Gurjaani Municipality Bars Public Information
Because of a violation of the Georgian Common Administrative Code, Gurjaani District Municipality was sued in district court. The journalist who brought the suit is about to appeal the Gurjaani Prosecutor’s Office as well. He demands that a criminal case be initiated examining why he was hindered in his professional duties.
Chief of the Gori Police Department Is Accused of Breaking an Agreement
Davit Tabutsadze, chief of the Shida Kartli Police Department, breached a settlement with Vasil Makharashvili, Gori District Gamgebeli. Although the Gamgebeli allowed traders to trade in the street until January 2, 2007, the chief of the patrol police began dispersing them on December 25.
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