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Wife of the head of “Georgian Dream” Akhmeta headquarters is accused of fraud
10:04 30.06.2012
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Criminal case is launched against Maia Tsulikidze, wife of the head of coalition “Georgian dream” Akhmeta headquarters Zakaria Kinkladze. Kakheti information center reports about it.  

As the lawyer of Maia Tsulukidze said to Kakheti information center, Kinkladze’s wife is accused of fraud. 

“Criminal case against Maia Tsulukidze has been launched on June 26. She is accused of fraud, as if she has fraudulently extorted and misappropriated “Orange cards” of teachers gifted by the president”, - the Lawyer Keti Zakariashvili says.  

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