Security officials and prosecutors fled from Odessa?

After a reshuffle in oblUVD prosecutors and public flogging Governor Mikheil Saakashvili, Odessa security forces began to actively arrange transfers to other regions. This blogger writes on Facebook and publicist Roman Davidenko.

“Odessa prosecutors and cops began sharply to issue transfer to other areas. I propose to transfer them only in one place - at the forefront”, - wrote the blogger.

Recall, according to media reports, the new head of the regional Department of Internal Affairs in the Odessa region, Gia Lortkipanidze met with the corrupt police of Odessa with a proposal to voluntarily leave the service, and since June 23, ex-Prosecutor General Zurab Adeishvili in the Odessa Regional State Administration will be responsible for the fight against corruption in Odessa region.

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