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Journalists entered Gldani N8 penitentiary establishment
11:55 21.09.2012
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New Minister of Corrections and Legal Assistance of Georgia, Giorgi Tugushi entered Gldani N8 penitentiary establishment. Journalists entered the prison too.

When Tugushi entered, one part of prisoners expressed protest noisily. Information about the mentioned fact will be reported later.  Before entering the prison, Tugushi spoke with family members of prisoners gathered in the yard, after what he went to meet the inmates.
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