According to the statement made by several non-governmental organizations, the NGOs believe that torture and inhuman treatment common to the penal system in recent years remain without due response.
Transparency International Georgia wishes to respond to information published by the Kakheti Information Center, according to which the deputy district governor of Gurjaani Zurab Danelishvili pressurized a Chandari local administration specialist and required his resignation.
Transparency International Georgia publishes information about violations of property rights in the area of Anaklia in 2008-2009.
On February 18 Transparency International Georgia, the Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association, the International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy and partner nongovernmental organizations held a conference 100 Days in Power: Rule of Law and Human Rights.
February 8 clashes outside the National Library: as political tensions soar, so does bias in TV reporting
Protesters and representatives of the former government clashed outside the National Parliamentary Library on February 8, where President Mikheil Saakashvili was scheduled to deliver his annual speech to Parliament. All major channels aired live broadcasts of the events for several hours and followed up during their prime-time news programs.
The Ministry of Finance recently released data about a tax amnesty for Imedi, Rustavi 2 and PIK. The three TV channels, affiliated with the government at the time, had a tax debt of GEL 20 million written off after the October 1 parliamentary elections.
What is Revolving Door?