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Kherkheulidze: Saakashvili Will be Questioned State Inspector Representative

By The Messenger Staff
Wednesday, January 5, 2022
Eka Kherkheulidze, a member of the United National Movement, says that a representative of the state inspector will enter the 12th establishment in Rustavi with the third president, Mikheil Saakashvili, tomorrow.

As Kherkheulidze noted, Saakashvili hopes that a temporary commission of inquiry will be set up in the parliament, where he will be able to testify.

"Mikheil Saakashvili will wait for the state inspector's representative to be tortured in Gori Military Hospital tomorrow. He has high hopes that there will be a parliamentary commission and he will testify. He believes that this commission must be set up and work," Kherkheulidze said.

At the same time, Kherkheulidze says that Saakashvili, despite his weakened position, is in good political shape and he is also working on an economic program in prison.

When we talk about his health, it is a trauma caused by torture that hurts his health, but politically he is in very good shape. At the moment he is working on an economic program aimed at overcoming misery and hardship. He has a very important job. Tomorrow awaits Roman. Gotsiridze, from whom he expects official data in this field, Kherkheulidze said.

Saakashvili was met with his lawyers yesterday. Lawyer Shota Tutberize said that Mikheil Saakashvili has two main demands - the possibility of resuming communication and joining a group of independent doctors with him, if these demands are not met by January 6, Saakashvili intends to resort to an extreme form of protest.

According to another lawyer, Giorgi Mshvenieradze, Mikheil Saakashvili wants to set up a temporary commission of inquiry into his treatment in prison.

Mikheil Saakashvili was transferred from Gori Military Hospital to Rustavi 12th Prison on December 29.