The new prosecutor of Odessa will be Georgians
The media reported that the new prosecutor of the Odessa region will be ... Georgians. Yes - yes, it is the Georgians, which is not surprising, since a couple of days ago, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko appointed his “student friend”, the former President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili, the governor of this region.
According to information disseminated by some publications, the ex-Prosecutor General of Georgia Zurab Adeishvili will be appointed the future prosecutor, who, like Saakashvili, is also wanted in his native Georgia. Major-General of Police, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Alexey Rudenko will be appointed the chief militia officer of the Odessa region. In the near future, both will be represented in their posts.
“The newly-appointed chairman of the Odessa Regional State Administration, Mikhail Saakashvili, has decided on the people who will fight corruption in the region with him. In the near future, the ex-Prosecutor General of Georgia, a lawyer, considered the founder of the reform of the prosecutor's office in Georgia Zurab Adeishvili, will be appointed to the post of prosecutor of the Odessa region.The head of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Odessa region will also be replaced. Instead of Ivan Katerinchuk, the current deputy minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, militia major general Oleksiy Rudenko will be appointed the chief militia officer of the Odessa region, ”reports the publication Crime.
It is worth noting that in 2008 the Georgian lawyer even headed the administration of the President of Georgia, he was still the same Mikhail Saakashvili, and from the end of 2008 to 2012 he was the Minister of Justice of Georgia. After the defeat of the Saakashvili team in 2012, he was forced to leave Georgia.
In Georgia, the new prosecutor of the Odessa region is accused of exceeding official authority, abuse of official position, of organizing inhuman and degrading treatment of prisoners, of falsifying criminal evidence and provoking the commission of a crime. In January 2013, the Tbilisi City Court in absentia elected in relation to Adeishvili as a measure of restraint preliminary detention.