16 October 2019,   20:00
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Government against the decision of the European Court of Human Rights - Opposition believe that Ivanishvili wants to change editorial policy of the "Rustavi 2" as soon as possible

Why the government hastened the execution of the decision of the European Court of Human Righrs - "Rustavi 2" is still a matter of political assessment. The opposition thinks it is obvious that Ivanishvili"s interest is to change and control the editorial policy of independent media.
Opposition representatives say that the fact of hasty execution of the decision of the Supreme Court makes vivid that government wants to change the editorial policy of the company.
"The fact that the government has executed the decision after minutes, confirms the only thing that "Rustavi 2" has been fighting and is still struggling with the government, Bidzina Ivanishvili. Former owners of "Rustavi 2" should start legal procedures against the state," - said Salome Samadashvili, the member of the "United National Movement."
"European Georgia" believes that the authorities have hastened the execution of the decision of the Supreme Court to prevent the appeal to the Grand Chamber. According to Irma Nadirashvili, the reason is Bidzina Ivanishvili"s desire to change the editorial policy of the "Rustavi 2" as soon as possible.
"The government hurried up, this proves that there is no dispute between the owners at all. This is an attempt to change editorial policy. Bidzina Ivanishvili thinks that by changing the editorial policy of "Rustavi 2," will eliminate poverty in the country and people will be more secure," - Irma Nadirashvili said.
Davit Usupashvili responded to the processes.
"How Public Registry performed through the registration act, what did Khalvashi and Salia represented to the government body," - Davit Usupashvili said.
Today Nika Gvaramia wrote in the social network that he had received paper based version of the Strasbourg decision, which says openly that the decision will come into force if the parties will not appeal it until October 19.

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