At today’s court session, the preventive measure against the detainees was reviewed, it remained in force.
The defense side demanded that the detainees be left without a measure of restraint, and the prosecution demanded that a strict measure be applied to them again.
For reference, on October 18, in the case of the tragedy that occurred in Tbilisi’s Vake Park, law enforcement officers detained 9 people.
Among the detainees are Lasha Purtskhvanidze, head of the Greenservice Plus company, and Giorgi Vakhtangishvili, deputy head of the environmental protection service of the Tbilisi City Hall.
Lasha Purtskhvanidze was detained under the 2nd part of the first article 220 note and the 1st part of article 362 of the Criminal Code of Georgia, implying negligence that caused the death of a person. He is also accused of using forged official documents.
As for Giorgi Vakhtangishvili, Deputy Head of the City Environmental Protection Service of the Tbilisi Mayor’s Office, he was charged under Part 2 of Article 342 of the Criminal Code of Georgia, which implies official negligence that caused the death of a person.
Also, under the 2nd part of Article 220 of the Criminal Code of Georgia, which implies negligence that caused the death of a person, Beka Murgvliani, a clerk of Greenservice + LLC, and L.Ch., a representative of New Metal Design LLC, were detained.
According to the 1st part of article 25-362 of the Criminal Code of Georgia, which implies incitement to the production of a false official document, an employee of Greenservice +, Devi Kakhoidze, was detained.
The director of Mshenexpert LLC Nugzar Kitiashvili and the inspector of the same company David Tushishvili were also detained under Part 1 of Article 362 of the Criminal Code of Georgia, which implies the manufacture and sale of forged official documents.
According to the 2nd part of article 240 of the Criminal Code of Georgia, which implies a violation of safety rules in the course of work, which resulted in the death of a person, 2 private electric welders – G.G. and V.G.