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As a civil society leader, Gigauri was invited to join a special commission established to oversee the destruction of around 100 hours of the most intimate material while retaining part of the archive as evidence."One expectation that the public had was for this commission to talk about the scope of the surveillance, the method the previous government used, the people standing behind it, and the targets," she said."I address those dark forces, who intend to blackmail our population and our society: we will find each of you and you will not be able to frighten and terrorise people." Five people have subsequently been arrested in connection with possessing, or intending to share sex tapes.Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili has promised that those responsible will be "punished in an exemplary manner", and the interior ministry and intelligence services will help investigate the case.And until more arrests are made, or details emerge about those who record and leak sex tapes in Georgia, the link between the security services and the current blackmailing of Georgian politicians and journalists will remain a mystery.The first parliamentary elections in four years are expected this October, and the release of more scandalous videos is anticipated.
But he also strengthened the secret services, who under his leadership carried out systematic and comprehensive secret surveillance of politicians and other well-known figures.They have already proved to be a very effective weapon in Georgian politics.Secretly filmed abuse of prisoners in Georgia's penal system ultimately toppled Saakashvili’s ruling UNM party in 2012.Gigauri believes that the sex videos may be a dangerous attempt to channel the election campaign towards a discourse on morality."Somebody tries to kidnap the fair and free elections in this country because they want to evaluate people according to their private lives and not according to their decisions or activities in the political arena," she said.