2008-03-05Patrol Policemen Beat a Citizen
Human Rights Center requests to start investigation against the patrol policemen of the Kakheti Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs who physically assaulted a citizen. The centre has already appealed to the Kakheti Regional Prosecutor’s office regarding the incident.
2008-03-05Truth and Recriminations: Wearing “Iron Sandals”
Shakro Tavadze, a resident of the village of Tsakhani in Adigeni Municipality, blames Papuna Khachidze, Deputy Governor of Samtskhe-Javakheti Region, for having insulted him and further claims that “such people” should not be allowed to work in high positions.
2008-03-05Eka Beselia: Accidental Murders, Coincidence or Not?
Police Dictatorship in Georgia!
The issue of political prisoners has become a hot issue since the Rose Revolution. The current relationship between the government and the opposition has reached a new low in the shadow of “deaths of convenience”, natural or otherwise. Georgian society has been talking openly about political murders in the aftermath of the untimely and highly opportune death of Badri Patarkatsishvili. The Human Rights Center asked several questions to Eka Beselia, an attorney representing Irakli Okruashvili, the now tarnished and defamed former Defense Minister.
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Recently, protest of Geguti prison inmates was one of the most urgent topics in Georgian media. Hundreds of prisoners used different forms ofArchive