Georgia, Tbilisi, June 17 / Trend , N. Kirtskhalia/
Georgia's Conservative Party has addressed the European leaders to pay attention political terrorism that have been taking place in Georgia recently.
One of the party's leaders Kakha Kukava said at a press conference that they will release list of people who were involved in dispersing opposition demonstrators. He said those people must be held accountable and suit must be filed also on incident at UN office in Tbilisi.
Kukava said leaders of some European countries are becoming actively involved with this process.
Currently, 20 opposition supporters have been held accountable. There have been numerous cases of beating and kidnapping opposition activists. None of the cases has been investigated so far.
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