Presentation of Book “For the Prosecutor’s Office History in Georgia” Held in Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia

2017-11-08 15:00:29

Presentation of the first study of book “For the Prosecutor’s Office History  in Georgia” was held in Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia. Chief Prosecutor of Georgia Irakli Shotadze attended the event together with deputies.
Work on the book “For the Prosecutor’s Office History  in Georgia” is carried out by the initiative and support of directorship  of Prosecutor’s Office. Author of the book, senior prosecutor of Department of Prosecutorial Activities Supervision and Strategic Development Gocha Peradze, reflected 1500 year history of support of criminal persecution and state prosecution of Georgia on the basis of historical sources, multiple archive materials and scientific studies.
As it was mentioned on the event, the volume of the book will be in three books. History of support of criminal persecution and state prosecution of Georgia from 6th till 18th century is reflected in the first book .
Currently, work on the second book is ongoing, where will be represented work of Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia in the first quarter of 20th century including the first republic of Georgia. And in the third book will be written the history of the Prosecutor’s Office in the last century during soviet era and after obtaining independence of Georgia in 90ies.
As it was mentioned on the presentation of the book, publishing of book “For the Prosecutor’s Office History  in Georgia” is very important, as the future generation can be introduced to the 1500 year history, culture and achievements of criminal persecution and state prosecution, as well as,, to the loyalty towards the state and professionalism, which was in the character of the representatives of state prosecution and criminal persecution support.
Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia expressed gratitude towards professor- teachers of Institute of State and Law in the name of Tinatin Tsereteli, Law Faculty of Tbilisi State University (History of Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure Law) and employees of National Centre of Manuscripts.