“It seems that they are going to send him back to prison”, the mother of the third president of Georgia, Giuli Alasania, thus responded to Vivamedi’s March 22 statement about the transfer of the former president to “another institution”.
Vivamedi clinic requests the medical service of the penitentiary institution to assess the feasibility of further keeping the patient Saakashvili in the clinic, since the symptomatic treatment to which the patient consents “is possible in any other institution.”
She claims that her son’s health does not allow him to be transferred to prison.
As she said before visiting the former president in the Vivamed clinic, the decision to transfer Saakashvili is not being made by the Vivamedi clinic, but by the penitentiary service.
“Yesterday, I shared the impression I got with the journalists, and I haven’t changed my mind. I immediately thought that they are planning to return him to prison. I don’t know on what basis. In any case, this person’s health does not allow it.
“The doctors cannot write that he is well in the health report. I don’t know, but anything can happen. They can transfer him every minute, why not?! What will prevent it? It is a fact that Polish doctors were not admitted. How would the medical staff of Vivamedi make a decision, they completely obey the penitentiary,” said Alasania.
She added that the ex-president’s family may file a lawsuit in the European Court.
“We may file a lawsuit in the European Court today, nothing is ruled out. We have been ready for this for a long time,” Alasania said.