Liability for Crimes Committed on Religious or Ethnic Motives to Be Stricter
The criminal liability for any crime committed on racial, language, religious, national or ethnic grounds will become stricter. The relevant amendments are drafted for the Criminal Code of Georgia.
According to the draft-law, the presence of racial, language, religious, national or ethnic intolerance will farther burdens the criminal liability for the offender.
The authors of the draft-law are MPs Kakha Anjaparidze and Zviad Kukava.
The parliament has not started the discussion of the bill yet.
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