Public Defender: I have not read the dissenting opinion of the judges, however, whatever the dissenting opinion is, the Public Defender cannot revise the decision made by the Constitutional Court

I have not read the dissenting opinion of the judges, however, whatever the dissenting opinion is, the Public Defender cannot revise the decision made by the Constitutional Court, Public Defender Levan Ioseliani said while talking about the decision made by the Constitutional Court on the impeachment submission of the President.

According to him, the Public Defender’s Office did not submit an amicus curiae brief because no representatives of the President had not applied to the Office.

"Representatives of the President have not applied to the Office, because they know very well that the process that is taking place in the Parliament is not related to the rights provided by the second chapter of the Constitution. Even if they had applied, I think there would be no possibility to prepare it, since it is not related to the rights provided by the second chapter of the Constitution. The impeachment process is a political process and therefore it has moved to Parliament. As for the court's decision - naturally, I cannot evaluate it", said Ioseliani.

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