Lawyers Saakashvili handed over the drugs and stuff

Адвокаты передали Саакашвили лекарства и вещи

The politician began a hunger strike in prison and drinking only water.

The lawyers gave the leader of the party the movement of new forces Mikheil Saakashvili in the temporary detention facility (IVS) medications and personal items. On Saturday, December 9, reports Interfax-Ukraine with reference to the lawyer Ruslan Chernovetskogo.

“Today, we still managed to send him personal items, medicines, books, notebooks to work. Pretty well behaved staff of the prison, took everything and issued in accordance with the procedure,” said Chernolutsky reporters.

He noted that according to the staff of the detention center, Saakashvili feels more or less normally, continues a hunger strike.

“We talked with the doctor, who confirmed that Saakashvili does not intend to stop the hunger strike, continues, drinking water, as last night,” added the lawyer.

Speaking about the conditions of detention at the IVS Chernolutsky noted that “any restriction of freedom, any insulator is both psychologically and physically inhumane.”

As reported Корреспондент.netDecember 8, Mikheil Saakashvili, were detained and placed in jail. The interior Ministry said that the politician was hiding in the apartment of his supporter, and the operation on its detention has occurred without victims.

Later, the GPU was informed that the investigation into Saakashvili completed and the court will require house arrest wearing an electronic bracelet.

The incriminated part 2 of article 256 of the Penal code (promotion of members of the criminal organizations and concealment of their criminal activity) provides from 5 to 10 years of imprisonment.

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