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2015-04-29
Court Dispute about Guardianship of Underage Child of a Person with Cancer
22-year-old Meri Nadirashvili has cancer. Her former husband Levan Razmiashvili requests guardianship for their child. Meri Nadirashvili was diagnosed of cancer two years ago. At that moment she was three-month pregnant. Husband abandoned Meri because of the disease. The patient was operated on several times and the child was born healthy though the young woman’s health conditions worsened.
2015-04-28
Are Property Rights of a Citizen Breached?
Magdalena Archvadze has been claiming 100 sq. meters of plot and so called “finish wagon” on it for several years already. The plot and the wagon are located in the territory of the outdoor museum. Magdalina Archvadze said the museum gave the plot to her and she purchased the wagon from the Public Food Company.
2015-04-22
Court Granted Permanent Residence Permit to Citizen of Egypt
“The Counter-Intelligence Department [CID] considers it is not reasonable to grant permanent residential permit to an applicant,” citizen of Egypt Emad Ibrahim Khalil Ibrahim received this conclusion several times form the CID. As a result, State Services Development Agency of the Ministry of Justice refused to grant residence permit in Georgia without considering the propriety of the CID conclusion.
2015-04-16
Interpol Drops ‘Red Notice’ for Ex-Justice Minister Adeishvili
Interpol has withdrawn ‘red notice’ for Georgia’s ex-justice minister Zurab Adeishvili, who is wanted by Tbilisi for number of criminal charges, which his allies say are politically motivated.
2015-04-14
Initiative of the Public Defender of Georgia on Broadening of Powers of the Constitutional Court
On April 8, 2015, the Public Defender presented an initiative on broadening of powers of the Constitutional Court of Georgia.
2015-04-14
This Affects You appeals to Constitutional Court to curb direct access to citizens' telephone and internet data
On April 8, members of the campaign This Affects You presented an appeal to the Constitutional Court of Georgia, requesting abolishment of the amendments to secret surveillance legislation adopted by the Georgian Parliament in November 2014.
2015-04-09
What changes are planned by the new chair of the Supreme Court of Georgia
Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili relied on the following criteria – principality, management skills, free from political influence and professionalism, when he nominated Nino Gvenetadze for the position of the Supreme Court Chairwoman. The legislative body also liked the President’s decision, and on March 20, 88 MPs voted for Nino Gvenetadze for the position.
2015-04-07
Prisoner’s Relatives Request Punishment of Doctors
Family of Levan Kortava works on the application to the Kutaisi Appeal Court. On May 12, 2013 ruthlessly beaten 24-year-old prisoner died in Geguti prison # 14; his relatives request impartial investigation into the fact and punishment of perpetrators.
2015-04-03
Declined solicitations
Trial into the criminal case against Azerbaijan human rights defender Rasul Jafarov was renewed in the Baku Court on Grave Crimes at 11:00 am on March 31; locals said during Tsarist Russia the building of the court was used as a stable for horses. Representatives of the EU Mission and US Embassy in Baku, of local and foreign nongovernmental organizations attended the hearing.
2015-04-02
Former Political Prisoner Urges for Restoration Justice
Former political prisoner complained about physical and psychological violence against him during imprisonment term. He requests punishment of perpetrators. In his conversation with humanrights.ge Aleksandre Tchumburidze recalled details of his imprisonment term, when his rights were blatantly violated.
2015-04-02
Delayed Cases at Prosecutor’s Office
On April 2, representatives of Human Rights Center held press-conference. They called on the  Department to Investigate Offenses Committed in the Course of Legal Proceedings at the Chief Prosecutor’s Office to timely and effectively investigate delayed cases. 
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