Fridon Injia presented his proposals and recommendations at the meeting of the legal affairs committee of the parliament regarding the draft laws initiated by the ruling party, which envisages making changes to the “Law on Assemblies and Manifestations”, as well as to the “Code of Administrative Offenses of Georgia”.

📍 Chairman of the parliamentary political group “European Socialists” Fridon Injia presented his proposals and recommendations at the meeting of the legal affairs committee of the parliament regarding the draft laws initiated by the ruling party, which envisages making changes to the “Law on Assemblies and Manifestations”, as well as to the “Code of Administrative Offenses of Georgia”.
🔷 According to the chairman of the political group, the changes in the law are timely, however, it can be said that they are even late, because the presented changes do not completely and completely cover the problem that society is facing today. Therefore, a complex approach to the issue is necessary and important.
🔷 “Society needs peace and normal living conditions. That’s why I believe that with the presented changes, some step has been taken in this direction, but it would be correct if the approach to this problem was complex,” said Fridon Injia.
🔷 The chairman of the political group believes that the article on defamation should be reflected in the draft law, which is a big problem in today’s reality and the issue needs to be brought into a certain legal framework.
🔷 In addition, in the MP’s opinion, it is important to tighten the article in the law regarding the facts of insults to the representative of the law enforcement body, which has been very frequent in recent times and there is no proper response to it.
🔷 “I believe that the article regarding defamation should have been reflected in the presented bill. Also, the issue of insulting law enforcement officials should be tightened, because recently we have a lot of facts about it, and with rare exceptions, practically no one is punished for insulting a law enforcement official, which, in my opinion, is unacceptable, and I think that even one remark of a law enforcement officer to a citizen , should be enough. Therefore, I support the tightening of the law in this regard.” – noted Fridon Injia.
🔷 The chairman of the political group at the meeting of the committee focused on the external parameters of the building of the legislative body during working hours, on the facts of frequent actions, during which the participants of the action chant with whistles, percussion instruments, and megaphones, which interferes with the normal work of the parliament.
🔷 “You will agree with me, and we are witnesses, during working hours, during demonstrations on the outer perimeter of the parliament building, there is noise, shouting, whistling, at which time it is impossible for a normal organization to work normally. Therefore, this part should also be included in the law. According to the current law, a fine of 500 GEL is provided for violation of public order, while tens of millions are spent for similar actions and activities, and whoever violates the law does not pay even 500 GEL. I believe that 15 days of administrative detention, which is provided for by the current law, is not enough, which is not even used in practice. Therefore, I believe that a 500 GEL fine and up to 15 days of administrative imprisonment is inappropriately small for the committed action. The said action should entail imprisonment for at least 30 days.” – said Fridon Injia.
🔷 According to the deputy, it is also necessary to correctly define the concept of the organizers of the rally and to resolve this issue at the legislative level, because this issue is so vague that in today’s reality, it is practically impossible to determine who was the organizer of this or that rally.
🔷 According to the chairman of the political group, the legislative body should be focused on protecting the interests of the people.
🔷 “Again and again, based on the interests of the people, we must discuss and act, because people want peace, normal life and work. And we parliamentarians must do everything to establish order in the country. Therefore, there should be a complex approach to these issues. If we want to get things done and the work of the parliamentary body to be effective, immediate and productive, I believe that we should consider and solve this issue in a complex way.” – noted the deputy.

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