Tea Tsulukiani’s father is the bloodiest judge in history of independent Georgia - Tinatin Bokuchava
10 January, 2013
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Member of the parliament from the National Movement party, Tinatin Bokuchava, stated there was evidence that Avtandil Tsulukiani, former judge and father of the justice minister Tea Tsulukiani, was a member of the work group of court reform.
Bokuchava stated the justice minister was advised by her father, who served as a judge from 1991-1997, issuing 20 death penalties during that time.
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