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Constitutional Court of Georgia Found Levan Izoria’s Complaint Admissible

12.03.2012
Constitutional Court of Georgia found the complaint of Levan Izoria member of Free Democrats admissible.

As Izoria stated to the new agency Pirveli, the case hearings will start in the nearest period. However, the exact date is unknown.

“We consider that the paragraphs I and II of the article 9¹ of Law on Police of Georgia are unconstitutional. The article I states that a policeman can stop an individual based on reasonable doubt. The paragraph II states that based on this doubt the freedom of this individual can be restricted for “indefinite” term. We think that these two articles of the law contradict article 18 of the Constitution, specifically right of free movement,” – Izoria stated.

According to his assessment, the result of the vague term of the so-called “reasonable doubt” is what happened in Khashuri region police agency when Soloman Kimeridze was brought to the agency without any status on the ground of the so-called reasonable doubt.

Information Agency Pirveli

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