There is a simplest "case" before the Constitutional Court – the court has never had another case with such obvious evidence of how the Constitution is violated, said Aluda Ghudushauri, a member of the parliamentary majority.
According to him, the President has declared an open war against the Constitution.
"The President openly and publicly decided to oppose the Constitution, which is the country's dignity, sovereignty, interests of the country, and we are strictly obliged to respect the most important law - the Constitution. The President should be the guarantor of all this. Everyone, including the international community, clearly sees that the President has declared an open war and gross violations of the Constitution are taking place on a daily basis. We cannot under any circumstances be indifferent to this, it would be our complicity and it is unimaginable for us to be a complicit in the violation of the Constitution. Therefore, there will be a reaction. There is a simplest "case" before the Constitutional Court – the court has never had another case with such obvious evidence of how the Constitution is violated. Accordingly, we advise the President not to take advice from Captain Gigauri, to respect her people, country and Constitution", said Ghudushauri.
For information, the Constitutional Court will consider the constitutional submission regarding the impeachment of President Salome Zurabishvili in an oral hearing today, October 3.