Prosecutor"s Office Did Not Provide Judicial Warrant for Search at UFT

Actions of the prosecution in respect of the University of Free Thought (UFT) are not aimed at the investigation of any criminal proceedings, and at the termination of the structure. This was said in an interview with Turan by the director of the Media Rights Institute (MRI) Rashid Hajily.

As you know, the staff of the General Prosecutor's Office held a search at the office of the UFT on April 10, confiscated documents and computers, and then sealed the room.

Hajily noted that representatives of UFT had not been notified that the court considered the search warrant issue.

"The prosecutor's office did not invite the leaders of the UFT and they were not requested any documents. The prosecutor's office does not substantiate its appeal to the court and did not submit the representatives of UFT any judicial authorization for the search," said Hajily.

At the same time, he noted that the press service of the Prosecutor General's Office stated that the office of UFT "was not closed." Thus, no explanation why, in that case, they sealed the door of the office.

Turan attempts to get an explanation in the Prosecutor General's Office were to no avail as that office could not answer the questions.

UFT management intends to apply to the court in connection with the closing of the office. -03B06-

 

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