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26 October, 2007

The Constitutional Court of Georgia denied the claim

The Constitutional Court of Georgia denied the claim

 

 

The Constitutional Court of Georgia adjudicated in a case  titled  Citizen of Georgia M. Natadze and Others v.Parliament of Georgia and President of Georgia registered as  N389.

 

The claiments: Former teachers and professors  of the I. Javakhishvili State University.

 

The  Respodents: President of Georgia, Parliament of Georgia.

 

The claiments challenged constitutionality of  articles of law of Georgia on Higher Education and the norms of  decree of President of Georgia N 473 June 8, 2005. According to the claiments  the challenged  norms and actions of the rector of University on the basis of this norms infringed guaranteed right of honour and dignity, right to  freely receive and impart infomartion, right of Labour and right of unrestricted participation of citizens in cultural life .

 

The Constitutional Court  declared that the claim of the claiments should not be upheld, because it is unfounded. They interpreted incorrectly  as  the purpose and content of the challenged norms, as the essence of the corresponding  norms of the constitution.

 

The court proclaimed  that possible incorrect  application of the norms of law by the administration of  I. Javakhishvili State University, does not make laws unconstitutional. This is the matter of legality and it should be adjudicated by Ordinary courts.

 

 

The Constitutional Court of Georgia denied the claim titled Citizen of Georgia M. Natadze and Others v.Parliament of Georgia and President of Georgia.