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Ivanishvili’s Lawyer to Sue Judgment of the Tbilisi City Court

26.10.2011
Lawyers of the oppositionist tycoon Bidzina Ivanishvili will sue the judgment of the Tbilisi City Court in near future.

The case refers to Ivanishvili’s administrative suit. Motion on suspending the activities of the president’s decrees before the court passes judgment was enclosed to the suit; based on the president’s decree Georgian citizenship was stripped of Bidzina Ivanishvili and his wife Eka Khvedelidze.

Lawyer Shalva Tadumadze said the court did not satisfy their motion and notified the defense side about their decision only last night.

“Ivanishvili’s lawyer submitted administrative suit to the Court. It was enclosed by the motion on suspending the president’s decree on stripping citizenship of Ivanishvili and Khvedelidze because it seriously damaged legal interests of the businessman and his wife. Although cases on Ivanishvili and Khvedelidze were drawn up by different factual circumstances, the judge passed joint decision,” said Tadumadze.

As for the administrative suit, the lawyers will learn whether the court accepts it or not only at the end of the week.

News Agency “Pirveli”

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