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July 5-6 Case was Registered in Strasbourg Court – Tbilisi Pride

The European Court of Human Rights has registered the case: “Tbilisi Pride” and others v. Georgia – announced by “Tbilisi Pride”.

The case concerns the events of July 5-6 last year. In particular, the large-scale and organized violence perpetrated by violent groups. Against the organizers of the “Pride March and LGBT activists.

The applicants ask the Strasbourg court to find a violation of Article 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights in conjunction with Articles 3 and 11, which constitutes discriminatory treatment on the grounds of violation of their dignity and freedom of assembly.

The applicants pay particular attention to the state’s inaction in preventing the violence that took place on 5 July, to the impunity of the organizers of the violence, to the ineffective investigation of the crimes committed and to the fact that the prosecution did not recognize the victims as victims.

“It is important that the decision of the Strasbourg court restores the applicants’ violated rights and that the state be held accountable for its inaction,” Tbilisi Pride said in a statement.

“Tbilisi Pride” is represented by the “Georgian Democratic Initiative” in the Strasbourg court.

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