First Georgian president's son requires establishing new commission to investigate death of his father
Georgia, Tbilisi, Jan. 21 /Trend, N.Kirtskhalia/
Chairman of the parliamentary commission on investigation of death of the first Georgian President
Konstantine Gamsakhurdia requires establishing a new commission.
The commission was unable to establish the circumstances of the death of the first Georgian President
Zviad Gamsakhurdia, the chairman - the eldest son of Georgia's first president, the leader of the Freedom Party, told reporters.
"We need to create a commission to investigate the events of 1991-1992. It should include historians, political scientists, psychologists and experts of international law. In this commission, I can only be a consultant," said Konstantin Gamsakhurdia.
According to him, such a commission could be created under the Parliament as well.
Temporary parliamentary commission on investigation of death of the first Georgian President has already completed its work and prepared a conclusion consisting of 300 pages. It categorically ruled out suicide of Zviad Gamsakhurdia, however, it does not name the suspects in the murder.
The first Georgian President Zviad Gamsakhurdia (1991-1992) died in December 1993 in the village Dzveli Hibula in the mountainous area Samergelo. One version of his death is suicide. However, a bullet hole in his head led to a version that Gamsakhurdia was murdered.