Cultural figures appealed to the Prime Minister and the President of Georgia in support of Saakashvili

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There are more than a hundred signatures under the letter demanding to transfer the ex-president of Georgia to a civilian clinic.
Georgian writers, representatives of cinema, theater, music, and other spheres of art have addressed an open letter to the first persons of Georgia with a request to transfer ex-President Mikhail Saakashvili to a civilian multidisciplinary clinic.
Mikhail Saakashvili, convicted in absentia at home for official crimes during his presidency, secretly arrived in Georgia on September 29 and was arrested in Tbilisi on October 1. On the same day, he went on a hunger strike. According to his personal doctor, Saakashvili's condition is getting worse every day and is close to critical.
The artists called on Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili and President Salome Zurabishvili to "immediately help the third President of Georgia, Mikhail Saakashvili, and place him in such a clinic as was recommended by a council of doctors and the People's Defender."
The letter notes that the request has nothing to do with the political views of the undersigned.
The open letter was signed by more than 100 cultural figures, including opera singer Paata Burchuladze, writer Rati Amaglobeli, playwright Lasha Bugadze, famous singer Nino Katamadze, composer and conductor Nikoloz Rachveli and many others.
The ex-president was sentenced in absentia in two criminal cases – the pardon of those convicted of the murder of bank employee Sandro Girgvliani and the beating of deputy Valery Gelashvili. He will spend six years in prison.
In addition, Saakashvili is involved in three more criminal cases: the dispersal of an opposition rally on November 7, 2007, the pogrom in the Imedi TV company and the seizure of the property of businessman Badri Patarkatsishvili; embezzlement of funds from the state budget and illegal crossing of the state border.

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Cultural figures appealed to the Prime Minister and the President of Georgia in support of Saakashvili

2021/11/78888-1636360309.jpg
Read: 578     14:00     08 Ноябрь 2021    

There are more than a hundred signatures under the letter demanding to transfer the ex-president of Georgia to a civilian clinic.
Georgian writers, representatives of cinema, theater, music, and other spheres of art have addressed an open letter to the first persons of Georgia with a request to transfer ex-President Mikhail Saakashvili to a civilian multidisciplinary clinic.
Mikhail Saakashvili, convicted in absentia at home for official crimes during his presidency, secretly arrived in Georgia on September 29 and was arrested in Tbilisi on October 1. On the same day, he went on a hunger strike. According to his personal doctor, Saakashvili's condition is getting worse every day and is close to critical.
The artists called on Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili and President Salome Zurabishvili to "immediately help the third President of Georgia, Mikhail Saakashvili, and place him in such a clinic as was recommended by a council of doctors and the People's Defender."
The letter notes that the request has nothing to do with the political views of the undersigned.
The open letter was signed by more than 100 cultural figures, including opera singer Paata Burchuladze, writer Rati Amaglobeli, playwright Lasha Bugadze, famous singer Nino Katamadze, composer and conductor Nikoloz Rachveli and many others.
The ex-president was sentenced in absentia in two criminal cases – the pardon of those convicted of the murder of bank employee Sandro Girgvliani and the beating of deputy Valery Gelashvili. He will spend six years in prison.
In addition, Saakashvili is involved in three more criminal cases: the dispersal of an opposition rally on November 7, 2007, the pogrom in the Imedi TV company and the seizure of the property of businessman Badri Patarkatsishvili; embezzlement of funds from the state budget and illegal crossing of the state border.

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