Former Georgia president Mikhail Saakashvili has been handed a night-time curfew by Kiev’s Court of Appeals on Friday over his alleged support of criminal groups. “There is a term in English which is kangaroo prosecutor. Here there are two kangaroos sitting in front of you, with their boss kangaroo,” joked Saakashvili referring to the prosecutors. The 10pm to 7am curfew came after the... Еще prosecutor-general's appeal against the Pechersk District Court’s refusal to place the former Georgian president under house arrest in December. The leader of the Ukrainian opposition Movement of New Forces was accused of alleged criminal conspiracy in December. Ukrainian police attempted to arrest Saakashvili in December, but his supporters surrounded the police van and managed to release him. He was detained three days later, but a judge turned down a request by prosecutors to place him under house arrest. Saakashvili strongly denies all the charges..