19 July 2019,   06:33
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What evidence against Melia the Prosecutor"s Office sent to the Parliament - "Courier" obtained the copy of the letter

What proof did the prosecutor"s office send to the parliament against Melia? What does Shalva Tadumadze write to the deputy speaker Tamar Chugoshvili - a copy of the letter from the Prosecutor General"s Office to Chugoshvili was obtained by the Courier.
The letter says that there is evidence against Nika Melia. In a letter of the General Prosecutor, it is noted that the protesters held a peaceful demonstration in front of the Parliament till 21:50. At 21:00, the MP Melia called on the assembled to move to the Parliament in case their demands are not fulfilled.
"As this request was not fulfilled, some of the citizens led by Nicanor Media gathered at the rally to invade the Parliament, and with his direct participation attacked the law enforcers. As a result of the above-mentioned violent actions, various types of injuries were received by the representatives of the law enforcement agencies as well as citizens gathered there for the peaceful expression of protest, "- the letter reads. According to the prosecutor"s office, evidence collected in the case of Nika Melia indicates that he committed the crime. The prosecutor"s office writes in the letter that the crime envisages the deprivation of liberty.
The Prosecutor"s Office indicates that there is a substantiated assumption that Melia will be able to cross the border in order to avoid justice. Based on this, the Prosecutor"s Office cites the data of the Georgian border, according to which during the last four years by Nika Melia has crossed the country 24 times. Taking into consideration all this, the Prosecutor"s Office has a reasonable suspicion that Nicki Melia will be able to cross the border to evade justice.
"In compliance with Article 39, part 2 of the Constitution, and in accordance with Article 11 of the Rules of Procedure of Parliament, the Member of Parliament may be arrested only with the prior consent of the Parliament. Thus, we ask you to give consent for his arrest, "- is said in the letter.

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