Mamuka Mdinaradze says if appointment of Supreme Court is not started soon court will face collapse

Mamuka Mdinartadze, Chairman of the “Georgian Dream” fraction, says that if the process of appointment of Supreme Court judges is not started soon, the court will face collapse.

MP Mdinaradze said at the meeting in parliament on Thursday that there will be only 7 judges in the Supreme Court in the nearest future and about 5-6 thousand cases to be discussed.

“The judges should be appointed as soon as possible to prevent interruption of hearings in the court. We are responsible to avoid collapse,” said Mamuka Mdinaradze.

He also added that the amendments to the draft law on the Common Courts are unprecedented and will enable the Supreme Court to elect new judges through “fully transparency procedures.”