19 October 2021,   22:14
Dispute procedure launched over June 20 cases in European Court of Human Rights

The dispute in the cases of June 20 has started in the European Court of Human Rights.

According to the Georgian Young Lawyers Association, the European Court has set a deadline for the Government of Georgia to present its position on the cases.

“According to the existing procedures, the Government of Georgia is obliged to answer the questions asked by the court regarding the sent complaints by December 9, 2021. In addition, since the court granted the request of GYLA and EHRAC, the state is also obliged to submit the materials of the criminal case being investigated by the Prosecutor General’s Office in connection with the dispersal of the rally on June 20-21, 2019”, - reads the statement of GYLA.