Former Georgian president and opposition leader Mikheil Saakashvili returned to prison this Thursday (30), leaving the military hospital where he had been transferred after a long hunger strike – reported the country’s prison service.
Arrested on Oct. 1 after returning from eight years of exile in Ukraine, Saakashvili refused to feed for 50 days in protest against his arrest. He was convicted of abuse of power, a charge he denounces as a policy.
Saakashvili, a 54-year-old pro-Western politician who led this Caucasus country between 2004 and 2013, has returned to eating after being admitted in late November to a military hospital in Gori (East).
“Detainee Mikheil Saakashvili is in prison number 12,” the department responsible said on Thursday, when announcing his return to Rustavi prison, 30 kilometers from the national capital, Tbilisi.
David Sergeenko, a deputy for the ruling Georgian Dream party, assured the press that, according to the military hospital, the former president’s health “has stabilized.”
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