NGOs’ joint statement on the process of selecting candidates for the Board of Trustees of the Georgian Public Broadcaster
On January 23 the Parliament of Georgia voted, for the second time, to select the candidates of the Georgian Public Broadcaster’s (GPB) Board of Trustees. As a result, only four candidates were selected for nine vacant positions.
Today, Parliament voted for 6 candidates for the membership of the Georgian Public Broadcaster Board of Trustees, of which three candidates: Lela Gaprindashvili, nominated by the Public Defender, Ninia Kakabadse, nominated by the United National Movement, and Gennady Geladze, nominated by the Supreme Council of Adjara did not receive
In a controversial move, the Supreme Council of Ajara last week finalized the appointment of members of the Ajarian Public Broadcaster’s Board of trustees.
A number of companies continue sending unsolicited SMS advertising to mobile phones, violating the Georgian law on personal data protection.
Civil society organizations: Parliament should not adopt amendment that would sanction insults of religious beliefs
The below signatory civil society organizations disapprove of the legal draft submitted to the Parliament that, if passed, would sanction statements insulting religious sentiments.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) today, according to a report by Imedi TV, denied TI Georgia’s finding that the Ministry is continuing a practice of previous governments and maintains an officer positioned insid
The first debate among presidential candidates on the GPB’s Channel 1 was watched by approximately 57,000 urban voters, the second attracted on average less than 12,000.
Less than three weeks ahead of the presidential elections, the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) is broke and broken.