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Giorgi Tugushi: penitentiary system to be manned with new staff
12:30 21.09.2012
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Minister of Corrections and Legal Assistance of Georgia, Giorgi Tugushi, was in Gldani N8 penitentiary establishement. As Tugushi said to journalists, all the persons accused of torture of inmates will be properly punished and charged.  

“Everything will be solved step by step, it is possible that some unworthy people are still left in the system, however, everything will be cleaned up. Everyone will be punished and charged, including ordinary employees. However, it is important for all to realize that this change cannot be made in 5 minutes”, - Tugushi said. 

According to him, everything will be changed in the system and the institution will be manned with new staff.
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