Secret records of Georgian citizens’ private lives to be destroyed
Tbilisi, Georgia, Jan. 29
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
A part of illegally obtained 28,000 secret records of the private lives of Georgian citizens will be destroyed and another part will be handed over to the investigation bodies as evidence, according to the decision made by a special public commission.
A special opinion on this matter will be submitted within two days.
The commission members said that the videos containing personal details will be destroyed, while the records reflecting torture and inhuman treatment against citizens will be handed over to the investigating authorities.
"The report of the commission will be submitted on January 31. Only a small part of the records, containing the intimate details, will be destroyed. An agreement was reached for the investigation of the facts," inspector for protection of personal data, Tamar Kaldani said.
Georgian Deputy Interior Minister, Levan Izoria in turn said that here the matter rests in 635 discs.
It should be noted that at the first stage some 100 discs containing intimate information were destroyed.
Translated by E.A.