Georgia’s ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili was moved back to jail early Thursday early morning after going through therapy adhering to a cravings strike, authorities claimed in a declaration.
According to records, Saakashvili’s legal representatives were not alerted regarding the transfer back to the jail in Rustavi ahead of time.
They declared that the 54-year-old was returned from the Gori Armed force Medical facility too soon.
Nika Gvaramia, among the lawyers standing for Saakashvili, claimed his customer was “no more communicative and also can stagnate on his very own”, according to Georgian information firm Interpress Information.
Gvaramia claimed at an interview that Saakashvili was wheelchair-bound and also showed up “deteriorated, numbed with resting tablets.”
Legal representatives for the previous leader had actually formerly shared problem for his wellness following his apprehension in Tbilisi on October 1.
Georgia’s Unique Stockade Solution claimed in a declaration that Saakashvili was moved back to jail “completely conformity with the legislation.”
After the transfer to Rustavi, Saakashvili was seen by his legal representatives, consisting of Gvaramia.
Trouble cops and also water cannons were released outside the 12th Jail in Rustavi on Thursday early morning after a handful of Saakashvili’s fans collected outdoors.
Saakashvili is presently offering a six-year jail term for misuse of power throughout his policy as Head of state from 2004 to 2013, and also encounters 3 comparable criminal situations.