2006-10-17Investigation Launched into the Forceful Recruiting of a Chechen Refugee to the Georgian Army
A military commissioner and councilor of the village of Jokolo might be detained for the forceful recruiting of a Chechen refugee to the Georgian army. Mr. Vakhid Borchashvili was released from military service two months after non-governmental organizations became involved in his case. However, his family is demanding that his offenders be punished.
2006-10-11Soldier Is Sued for Leaving Military Unit
Military police department of the Defense Ministry of Georgia has brought suit against 25 year-old military man Roland Kartvelishvili. According to the third item of article 388 of the criminal code of Georgia he will either be sentenced to 3 years imprisonment or to two years unemployment.
2006-10-05Youth Is Forced to Serve in Forces
NGOs fight to defend rights of youth. They call the government to stop force calling of youth to serve in military forces, recall those articles from legislation, which defends their rights, which are very often violated.
2006-10-04Pension is Refused to Appoint to the Military Man hit in Military Accident
22-year-old Zviad Jakheli was injured during military service. He served as a corporal of a military inferior in Senaki Infantry II. Having been got into a car crash Zviad Jakheli was condemned of military service. He is not aided by any kind allowances and does not receive military pension either.
2006-07-03Kakhetian Youth Forced to Join Army Reserves
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