Gigi Ugulava, one of the leaders of European Georgia, has been sentenced to three years and two months in prison.
The Supreme Court has found Gigi Ugulava guilty of embezzling money and sentenced him to three years and two months in prison.
The Supreme Court satisfied the prosecution's motion, according to which, Gigi Ugulava embezzled funds from the Tbilisi Development Fund. In particular, Ugulava was accused of embezzling GEL 48 million.
The Court of Appeal had sentenced Gigi Ugulava to one year and three months in prison for abuse of power, though this sentence was absorbed by a penalty in another case. This decision has been changed by the Supreme Court.
The court announced the judgment without an oral hearing.
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