The SAB refused to grant Gobzem the privilege of State secrecy
Riga, April 30, LETA. The Office of Constitutional Protection (SAB) refused to allow Aldim Gobzem, a member of the Saeima, to grant admission to state secrets, he says.
SAB never officially discloses to the public the exact reasons why individuals are deprived of tolerance. MEP himself says that tolerance was refused because he published on Facebook the copy of the Land Registry for Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš's family with the film "Pioneer" and offshore offspring in Cyprus.
Likewise, the deputy states that tolerance was refused because he posted a message on Facebook saying that the office of Delfi's publisher, Ingus Berzins, had entered the office of the lawyer Romuald Vonsovich. "I have not fulfilled the law and I have been fighting for my rights, asking the State Revenue Service to clarify exactly what I was asked for," said MEP for the third reason.
Gobzem had already announced last week that he did not have the illusion of a positive decision by the SAB, so he would appeal that decision. The law stipulates that a person may challenge such a decision to the Attorney General within 14 days from the date of its notification. The decision of the Prosecutor-General, on the other hand, may be appealed to the Regional Administrative Court within 14 days of the date of its notification. The challenge and appeal of a decision does not suspend its operation.
In April, Gobzem was invited to an interview with the SAB on the issue of granting a state secret, a Facebook politician.
The MEP previously claimed to be the head of government, and in the process of forming the government, several politicians questioned whether Gobzem would be able to obtain admission to state secrets.