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Aleko Tskitishvili – prosecutor’s office is responsible for all incidents what happened today



Director of Human Rights Center Aleko Tskitishvili and HRC lawyer Nestan Londaridze are sitting in the yard of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office [CPO] and request meeting with the chief prosecutor or other representatives of the CPO.

As Aleko Tskitishvili told Interpresnews they want to meet the representatives of the CPO to ask questions about the Khorava street teenage murder case and the case launched against Zaza Saralidze. 

“After Zaza Saralidze was taken out from the yard of the prosecutor’s office by force, I and the lawyer of our organization Nestan Londaridze stayed in the yard. We are protesting here and request meeting with the chief prosecutor or any authorized person that they answered our questions. They must come down to calm down the situation. The prosecutor’s office is responsible for all incidents that happened today. A week ago, we held press-conference with the request of meeting. Yesterday we received the answer that prosecutors were ready to meet Zaza Saralidze and his lawyers. Today we came and in fact they made fun of us. They said, the meeting will take place next week while two significant hearings are scheduled in the court this week,” Aleko Tskitishvili said. 

On February 6, Zaza Saralidze was taken out of the yard of the prosecutor’s office by force. 

Zaza Saralidze got irritated with the use of force against him by law enforcement officers after and he injured himself. Zaza Saralidze had his head broken. 

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