The law on the desecration of foreign symbols will be adopted by the Parliament of Georgia after the elections

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Consideration of the draft law at the plenary session is planned after the local government elections.
Desecration of the symbols of NATO, the EU and other partner countries of Georgia will become administratively punishable, the relevant bill has been considered by almost all parliamentary committees.
Consideration of the draft law at the plenary session is planned after the local government elections, when the work of the country's parliament will actively begin.
According to the amendments, desecration of the official symbols of NATO, the European Union, international organizations of which Georgia is a member, countries with which Georgia has diplomatic relations and which are posted outside or inside public institutions will be punished with a fine of 1,000 lari ($320).
Repeated violation will result in a fine of 2000 thousand lari ($640) or an administrative detention for 15 days.
The first initiator of the bill was the speaker of the parliament Kakha Kuchava, but later the idea was supported by opposition leaders.
The legislative amendments were initiated after the participants of the anti-LGBT rally on July 5 tore down and tore to pieces the EU flag at the parliament building in Tbilisi. The act was condemned by the ambassadors of the EU countries in Georgia.

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The law on the desecration of foreign symbols will be adopted by the Parliament of Georgia after the elections

2021/08/53543-1630402631.jpg
Read: 504     14:00     31 Август 2021    

Consideration of the draft law at the plenary session is planned after the local government elections.
Desecration of the symbols of NATO, the EU and other partner countries of Georgia will become administratively punishable, the relevant bill has been considered by almost all parliamentary committees.
Consideration of the draft law at the plenary session is planned after the local government elections, when the work of the country's parliament will actively begin.
According to the amendments, desecration of the official symbols of NATO, the European Union, international organizations of which Georgia is a member, countries with which Georgia has diplomatic relations and which are posted outside or inside public institutions will be punished with a fine of 1,000 lari ($320).
Repeated violation will result in a fine of 2000 thousand lari ($640) or an administrative detention for 15 days.
The first initiator of the bill was the speaker of the parliament Kakha Kuchava, but later the idea was supported by opposition leaders.
The legislative amendments were initiated after the participants of the anti-LGBT rally on July 5 tore down and tore to pieces the EU flag at the parliament building in Tbilisi. The act was condemned by the ambassadors of the EU countries in Georgia.

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