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Lawyer: Court Declines Interim Measure into Ivanishvili's Citizenship Case
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 25 Oct.'11 / 11:38

Court has refused to grant request for an interim measure to suspend the enforcement of a presidential order, which stripped billionaire-turned-businessman Bidzina Ivanishvili and his wife of their Georgian citizenship, a lawyer from Ivanishvili’s legal team said on October 24.

Ivanishvili appealed the court on October 21 with a request to annul the October 11 presidential order. The appeal was accompanied by a motion requesting to suspend the October 11 presidential order pending court proceedings, lawyer Shalva Tadumadze said, adding that the court’s refusal for interim measure would be appealed.

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