Justice Minister reprimands Ombudsman for sending an employee wearing ripped jeans to prison

You can't send an employee wearing ripped jeans. Such a person will not be allowed even into the Opera House, not to mention prison, - Justice Minister Tea Tsulukiani told Ombudsman Nino Lomjaria at the Human Rights Committee session.

At the committee meeting, the Minister presented a video recording, which she said depicted an employee of the Public Defender, who “twice asked the inmate to make a coffee, ate his chocolate, smoke his cigarette and stayed in the so-called monitoring center for 4 hours.

I am not saying that these are massive cases, but what you are complaining about is not massive either. You can't send an employee wearing ripped jeans. Such a person will not be allowed even into the Opera House, not to mention prison. You are reprimanding me for the fact that my employee was not wearing a uniform, but I cannot distinguish your employee from a prisoner. The only difference is that we do not allow prisoners to wear hats,” Tsulukiani said.

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