Representative of interior ministry to be called to Georgia's parliament due to dispersal of opposition action on June 15

Politics Materials 19 June 2009 14:51 (UTC +04:00)

Georgia, Tbilisi, June 19 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /

Georgia's parliament chairman David Bakradze agreed with proposal of opposition MPs to call official representative of the interior ministry to give evidence due to incident near Tbilisi's head police department on June 15.

People must get full information about incident occurred on June 15, reason of policemen's punishment and use of power disproportionately to opposition, Christian-Democrats fraction chairman Georgi Akhvlediani said at the parliament's meeting on June 19. 

Legal state can not rest on pardon. All must bear responsibility equally, Akhvlediani said. 

Speaker said that there was not only pardon. But if MPs want to get more information, they can call representative of the interior ministry to the parliament.

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