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05 August, 2022

Coalition Statement on the Competition Announced by the Ministry of Justice

The Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary reacts to the announcement of the competition by the Ministry of Justice to select a member of the Consultative Council of European Judges (CCJE) and the European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) by Georgia’s quota. Nino Bakakuri, a Supreme Court judge, is already a member of both organizations until 2024.

02 August, 2022

CSOs’ letter to Carl Harzell

On behalf of the civil society of Georgia, we would like to thank you for many years of successful work in Georgia and for the support that our homeland and civil society have always felt from the European Union – and you personally.

03 July, 2022


The Civil Society Organizations have elaborated an Action Plan which could be easily implemented till the end of 2022, provided political will is present.The Action Plan contains an absolute minimum of critically important reforms, essential for granting the Candidacy status.  Signatory organizations:

23 June, 2022

Judicial Reform is Necessary to Obtain Candidate Status

On June 17, the European Commission published individual opinions on Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia.[1] The Commission supports granting EU candidate status to Ukraine and Moldova immediately, and to Georgia -- only after certain conditions are met.