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Saakashvili: everything should be changed in the penitentiary system
15:43 19.09.2012
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According to the order of the President, the Penitentiary system will be entirely changed and in a few days it will operate in the way that no one will recognize it. 
As president said on the special meeting held today, one of the other problematic issues is a high level of illness in prisons, which must be solved urgently. 
“Level of illness is unacceptably high in prisons and we definitely should discuss it too. This issue needs a lot of money and we have to do it. Everything should be changed; in a few days, this system should operate in the way that no one will be able to recognize it.  Saakashvili said, it is also necessary to expand probation system to reduce overcrowded prisons.
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