Georgian politician Targamadze accused of inciting riots in Russia
Georgian politician Targamadze has been accused under a case of intending to incite riots in the Russian Federation and announced in an international search. The investigators intend to apply to the court for his arrest 'in absentia' in the near future, the official representative of the Investigative Committee Vladimir Markin told journalists, RIA Novosti reported.
Former head of Georgian parliamentary Committee for Defence and Security Targamadze is accused of inciting the organisation of mass unrest in Russia with Russian opposition leaders Sergei Udaltsov, Konstantin Lebedev and Leonid Razvozzhaev.
"An official answer was received stating that Targamadze has no immunity from prosecution. Today investigation has announced search for Targamadze. Soon inspectors intend to apply to the court for his arrest in absentia," Markin said.