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Human Rights Center Submitted Amicus Curiae concerning Mustafa Emre Chabuk’s Case


On October 12, Tbilisi City Court will discuss the lawsuit of Mustafa Emre Chabuk, manager of the Demireli Private School. The lawyers of the detainee appealed the negative decision of the Ministry of Refugees and Acommodation of Georgia to grant the refugee status to Chabuk. Before the court passes the verdict, the extradition process of Mustafa Emre Chabuk to Turkey is suspended. 

On September 26, Human Rights Center submitted the amicus curiae to the Administrative Panel of the Tbilisi City Court conerning the Mustafa Emre Chabuk’s case.

The organization analyzed the 1951 UN Convention on Refugees and standards from the 1967 Protocol in the submitted document. At the same time, the amicus curiae brief includes the analysis of the case law of the European Court of Human Rights.

In its amicus curiae Human Rights Center notes that Mustafa Emre Chabuk shall receive the refugee status in Georgia. His extradition to Turkey threats his life and health.

Human Rights Center is ready to make additional clarifications in the court with regard to the submitted document. 

Human Rights Center 

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