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Sequestration of Kakha Kaladze’s accounts will be appealed today
13:12 27.07.2012
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In connection with the sequestrated bank accounts of Kakha Kaladze, lawyers will appeal to Tbilisi Appellate Court today.  
“Internet.ge” was informed about it by the lawyer Shalva Tadumadze. 
According to him, they will appeal today and the court will considerate the complaint within 48 hours.  
We will recall you that all the accounts of Kakha Kaladze in Georgian banks were sequestrated. According to Ivanishvili’s spokesperson, Maia Panjikidze, legalization of illegal money is named as the official reason of seizing the accounts.  
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