“The Caucasus.Realities”: in Chechnya, the speaker of Parliament was beaten by the acting Chairman of the Supreme court of the Republic of
In the Chechen Republic on the evening of October 6 was beaten by the acting President of the Supreme court Tahir of Murdalov. As reported
“The Caucasus.Realities” with reference to sources in Grozny, the initiator of the fight was the speaker of the Republican Parliament Magomed Daudov, who threatened Murdalova death.
One of the closest associates of the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov Daudov, who is also known by the nickname “Lord” came to the courthouse accompanied by ten cars. About 40 people surrounded the courthouse and Daudov came into the office Murdalov:.
He and several guards started beating the acting Chairman, demanding that he write a letter of resignation for health reasons. Daudov threatened to kill Murdalov:. “Kill – courage, the more you can not, I have nothing to lose,” he replied. After the failure of the judge Daudov left the courthouse.
According to “Caucasus.Reality,” none of the doctors in Grozny did not agree to undergo a medical examination Murdalov:. In the end, the victim approached the officer of the FSB in Chechnya. After that Murdalov: questioned the incident.
The publication reports that through the power Daudov want to assign to the chair of the Supreme court of their own, and Murdalov: refusal to leave the office can prevent it. Officially, the government of Chechnya has not commented on the incident.
The source of”Novaya Gazeta” said that when the beating was attended by the Chairman of the Gudermes court Alaudin Gandaloyev. Murdalov, as confirmed by the interlocutor of the edition, refused to write a statement and said Doudou that he is not afraid that he would be killed, and will not accept illegal demands.
Journalist, member of the Council on human rights Maxim Shevchenko, commenting on this statement on air of radio station “Echo of Moscow”, said Magomed Daudov, “a very balanced person,” and if he really beat someone up, he had a very good reason.
The new Murdalov became acting President of the Supreme court of Chechnya in may this year after the resignation of his predecessor, Magomed Karataev. In early may, at the meeting, which was attended by all judges of the Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov
criticized their work and asked the four judges, including Karatayev, to resign.
A day later Karataev said that to leave his post
not going. The judge said that “certain people are working to discredit the leadership of the Supreme court.” Also Karataev said that he already had a similar case six years ago, and then he managed to keep his post. Later, however, he still publicly stated that
out on their own.