The Ombudsman will verify the legality of readmission Saakashvili


The Ombudsman to find out why Saakashvili was brought to Poland by Charter plane. Photo: unn.com.ua

Parliament Commissioner for human rights Valeria Lutkovska opened the proceedings upon the readmission of the former head of the Odessa regional state administration Mikheil Saakashvili.

This was announced by the representative of the Ombudsman Michael Chaplyga, UNN reports.

“The Ombudsman has opened proceedings about the readmission of the ex-President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili. This is done in order to find out whether there was a violation of his rights under readmission. In particular, the appropriate requests and appeals have been sent to the GPU to get an official response regarding its status in all cases to the migration service to find out on what basis this was done, and the State border service to understand how Saakashvili was brought to Poland with the use of a private jet,” said Chaplyga.

After the answers Lutkovska plans to publish the collected materials.

“If we see violations in certain actions of certain governments, that we direct our acts of response with recommendations on elimination of identified violations”, – concluded Chaplyga.

On 12 February, border guards detained the former Governor of the Odessa region Mikhail Saakashvili in the capital’s restaurant. Charter flight he was taken to Poland on the readmission procedure.

Saakashvili deprived of citizenship at the end of July 2017, when he was outside Ukraine. The politician returned September 10. Entered the territory of Ukraine through KP “shehyni” that in Lviv region, although I was going to make it through KP “Krakovets”. The border got the bus and crossed it illegally, along with 60 others. Some of them used force by border guards.

The court found Saakashvili guilty of illegal crossing of the Ukrainian border and ordered to pay a fine.

Yak settimanali Mhala Saakashvil in kisekae restoran pic.twitter.com/ZJacBY5xaW

— Hromadske.UA (@HromadskeUA) 12 fierce 2018 R.

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