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What awaits Centre Point’s Clients?

Published: July 11, 2013 | 2:38 pm
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The process of fulfilling Centre Point’s obligations towards its customers will continue as usual, as stated by the founder of the development company Maia Rcheulishvili. According to her, the list of the 100 member strong Fellowship Amkhanagoba-88 will be handed over to the Prosecutor’s Office in the immediate future, and all of the company’s seized assets will be returned.
Ms. Rcheulishvili states that the seizure of assets has been a personality issue, and will be reversed as soon as the involvement of certain individuals in the building process is established. She rules out politicising the issue, and says that a number of changes will be made in the case during the investigation process. The Chief Prosecutor’s Office accuses Centre Point’s founders of appropriating large sums of money, and if convicted, Ms. Rcheulishvili and Ms. Kervalishvili will face prison sentences of up to 11 years.

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