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The Conservative to sue the Parliament2009-09-24 16:42
The pro-opposition Conservative Party of Georgia prepared a lawsuit against the parliament of the country, and intends to send it to the Constitutional Court.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"This summer the Parliament passed amendments to the Law on Rallies and Manifestations, imposing a number of limitations. In end September protest actions of youth organisations begin, in October - political actions begin, and therefore we mustn't leave anti-constitutional legislation valid" , said Kakha Kukava, the Secretary General of the party at today's press conference.
He explained the amendments contradict the 25th paragraph of the Constitution, concerning the freedom of assemblies and rallies without any restrictions.
The Conservative ask the world community to monitor the lawsuit in the Constitutional Court.
In case the decision isn't abolished, they'll use their constitutional right and start rallies, including 20 meters [appr. 22 yards] away from state buildings, and will rest the responsibility in the government.