Cases launched against Nika Gvaramia are unsubstantiated - "Human Rights Center"


The Human Rights Center believes that the issue of state responsibility in the European Court of Human Rights may be raised in connection with the criminal prosecution of Nika Gvaramia.

The document specifies that the cases against Nika Gvaramia are completely groundless and unsubstantiated, and what he is accused of is not related to the criminal law. It also emphasizes the possible application of selective law against a person with different political views.

"The current criminal case against Nika Gvaramia is completely unfounded, and contradicts the principle no punishment without law, which could be the basis for further assessment by the European Court of Human Rights and imposing responsibility on the state," said Giorgi Tkebuchava, analyst at the Center for Human Rights.