📍 The chairman of the parliamentary political group “European Socialists” Fridon Injia believes that Georgia will not need the institution of the public defender, if there is rule of law in the state.
🔹 The chairman of the political group is sure that in the event of a survey of the population, the government will receive only one answer, that Georgia does not need a public defender.
🔹 “I am sure that even if a survey is conducted now, we will get the answer that Georgia does not need a public defender.”
🔹 Fridon Injia announced this in the country’s highest legislative body.
🔹 “My personal view is that Georgia does not need a public defender, if there is rule of law in the state. Unfortunately, there is still no rule of law, and it is written in the constitution that there should be an institution of the public defender. Therefore, I believe that the public defender should protect the beliefs, customs, history, culture of all people living in Georgia, and the rights of all citizens. Therefore, let’s choose a person who loves the motherland, is loyal and worthy,” said Fridon Injia.