Georgian laborites demand to involve commander-in-chief into responsibility due lost in August war
Georgia, Tbilisi, June 2 / Trend , N.Kirtskhalia/
The Labor Party demands that the country's commander-in-chief must be responsible for the lost in the August war with Russia, but not ordinary soldiers.
On June 2, the party's ideological secretary Kakha Dzaganiya said at a news conference that "the country's government which shamefully lost the war decided to use as a scapegoat of low-ranking officers and ordinary soldiers".
"We demand that the commander-in-chief should answer first, as well as demand to release all soldiers and officers who were detained for various reasons after the war," Dzaganiya said.
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