The Supreme Court does not accept Fredi Beler's appeals, he remains in prison
The Supreme Court has decided not to accept the appeals of Fredi Beler, the elected mayor of Himara, who has been in jail since May 12 on charges of vote-buying.
The lawyers of the elected mayor of Himara have made two appeals to the Supreme Court, where in one of them they request the illegal evaluation of the arrest in flagrante delicto, against the security measure of arrest in prison, while in the other appeal Beleri proposes that the wiretapping be declared illegal. carried out by the Prosecutor's Office of Vlora, which enabled the secret photography of the moment of delivery of 40,000 lek for the votes of eight citizens by the infiltrated person.
Both requests presented to the Supreme Court were dismissed earlier by the lower levels of the judiciary, while Fredi Beler was denied a request for permission from the prisons to swear in the municipal council.
DHIONISIOS ALFRED BELERI PANDELI KOKAVESHI Articles 228,229,230,238 KP ''Rejection of the appeal/s submitted by the persons under investigation Dhionisios Alfred Beleri and Pandeli Kokaveshi, against decision no. 23 dated 21.06.2023 of the Special Court of Appeal against Corruption and Organized Crime.
DHIONISIOS ALFRED BELERI PANDELI KOKAVESHI Articles 15/2,17,18,36,42 of the Constitution, Articles 128/a,221,221/a,222,223,424,427/a,432 of the Criminal Code "Rejection of appeal/s presented by persons under investigation Dhionisios Alfred Beleri and Pandeli Kokaveshi, against decision no. 104 (87-2023-157), dated 10.07.2023 of the Special Court of Appeal against Corruption and Organized Crime