Judges must be defended from offensive statements Levan Murusidze tells
 Tbilisi 11:48 - 28.04.17 «GHN»
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"We demand a support in connection with our initiative presented against offensive statements and unfounded allegations against the judges."- Levan Murusidze, High Council of Justice Secretary tells at the international conference of Judges.

Murusudze tells the case does not touch sanctions and hardening of the regulations against offensive statements. But the Council plans to hold a public discussion on the matter, because such discrediting of the Court must be prevented.

For your notice, few days ago Murusudze announced: "Offensive statements and unfounded allegations against the judges might become punishable." This initiative owns the High Council of Justice Secretary Levan Murusidze


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