Georgian PM, attorney general hold long discussion on defense ministry employees
Tbilisi, Georgia, Nov. 7
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
Georgian Attorney General Giorgi Badashvili and First Deputy Attorney General Irakli Shotadze spent the four-hour consultation at the government office.
Georgian TV channels said that last night the government office hosted a meeting with the Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili with regard to the case of employees of Georgia's Defence Ministry.
Earlier, a criminal case was instituted against eight employees of the Defence Ministry, five of whom are already under arrest.
The matter rests in the so-called case of cables and mass food poisoning of soldiers.
Moreover, the ex-defense minister, Irakli Alasania said that the attorney's office intends to bring charges against several military men.
No comment was made either from the PM's administration, or from the attorney general's office following the consultations.
Edited by SI