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Citizen from Dmanisi Held a Sitting Action at the entrance of Parliament

28.12.2011
On December 28th Khambat Seidov who came from the village Amamlo of Dmanisi region sat on the floor at the entrance of Parliament building and requested meeting with the Parliament Chair Davit Bakradze.

He stated that his son Galib Seidov who worked on auto repair was illegally detained in Ukraine and sentenced to 27 years imprisonment.

According to Khambat Seidov, his son is charged with the swindling. However, he assures that he is illegally detained.
“I trust the Parliament Chair that he will help me free my son,” – Khambat Seidov stated.

According to the head of PR and information department of Parliament Maka Gigauri, Mzia Laliashvili, assistant of Davit Bakradze in the issues of relations with the citizens will personally meet and talk with Khambat Seidov.

“There are procedures envisaged by law and every citizen must abide them. If he needs help of Chair of Parliament, he must address him in written form and not through the action. The Assistant of Parliament Chair will personally explain this all,” – noted Gigauri.

Information Agency Pirveli

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