“Of course, reforms must be ongoing. I can tell you directly that, in my opinion, the court is not a topic that slows down the receipt of candidate status. This will be confirmed by all objective representatives. As for Ukraine and Moldova, the court of Georgia regarding them is much ahead. To say that there is no court in Georgia is an evil directed against the country.
My plan is that I am accountable to the citizens, the main problem that I consider is congestion, citizens have been waiting for years for a decision. This did not happen in 1-2 days, but we must begin to take steps to appear before the population in the near future, to submit a report that the court will work properly, there will be no delay in cases,” Murusidze notes.
For reference, at the 31st Conference of Judges, held at the Higher School of Justice, Levan Murusidze and Dmitry Gvritishvili were elected members of the High Council of Justice who are judges. Dmitry Gvritishvili’s candidacy was named by the judges, while Levan Murusidze put forward his candidacy himself.
The seats of two members of the High Council of Justice became vacant after Gocha Abuseridze and Giorgi Goginashvili left the post on their own request. It should be reminded that judges-members of the High Council of Justice are appointed for a period of 4 years.