The Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary is reacting to important deficiencies of the judicial disciplinary proceedings, which have a negative effect on judicial independence and undermine public trust in the court system.
The Coalition calls for the recusal of two members of the High Council of Justice from the next stages of selection of Supreme Court Justices
The Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary responds to the commencement of the selection of Supreme Court Justices and calls on two members of the High Council of Justice (the Council) to recuse themselves from the next stages of the review.
Statement of the Coalition to the Speaker of the Parliament on the Termination of the Authority of the Member of the High Council of Justice Zaza Kharebava
Statement of the Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary
The Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary reacts to the legislative changes on the selection of Supreme Court justices by presenting a concluding opinion on the content and process of adoption of the amendments.
Coalition's Letter to the Venice Commission and OSCE/ODHIR on Draft Law on Selection of Supreme Court Justices
TO: The European Commission for Democracy through Law / the Venice Commission
According to the Constitution of Georgia, the main goal of the people of Georgia is to establish a democratic social order, economic freedom, a rule-of-law based social State, to secure universally recognized human rights and freedoms,