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Khatuna Kalmakhelidze will be replaced by Giorgi Tugushi
14:07 20.09.2012
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Few minutes ago, Georgian president presented Giorgi Tugushi as the new Minister of Corrections and Legal Assistance of Georgia. 
The former Public Defender will replace Khatuna Kalmakhelidze on this post. 
The mentioned information was spread on the official web-page of the president. 
We will recall you that after the video footage, showing facts of torture of the inmates, was spread, Khatuna Kalmakhelidze resigned. President asked Vano Merabishvili to carry out restructuring of the Ministry.
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