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“Group of Trustees” Losing Confidence
A Group of Trustees is a body created with the Parliament of Georgia to control the law enforcement institutions. At the end of the year, the Group finally managed to hear the report of the Defense Ministry.

Soldiers Suffering from Radioactive Exposure Request Elementary Attention from the State
"After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Georgian military units were spontaneously deployed to the military bases abandoned by Russian soldiers in Georgian territories without having examined the bases thoroughly. Later, levels of radiation were discovered in several military units. In the 1990’s, eleven soldiers received radiation burns in one of the military units and now they are requesting attention from the government.

“Here Is the War We Won” or Cruelty Does Not Have Nationality
Many articles were written, many TV-stories and films were created about the War in August of 2008. However, the documentary film by investigative journalist Vakhtang Komakhidze “Here Is the War We Won” is completely different and it became fatal for him. When working on the film, Komakhidze received a political shelter in Switzerland because Georgian authority persecuted him.

Title Seized, Physically Abused and Fired from Job
Badri Khitarishvili, former commander of the transport unit of the fourth infantry brigade of the land force of the Defense Ministry of Georgia was intimidated in the General Headquarters as a denouncer; commander tore off the symbols of the fourth infantry brigade and badge of the military officer from the uniform, beat him and then fired from the Army.

Restricted Rights: Annual Human Rights Report for 2010.
The Human Rights Center (HRIDC) has released a report Restricted Rights: Annual Human Rights Report for 2010.   
2010 marked several novelties as well as the continuation and strengthening of some trends observed in previous years in Georgia. The report represents the summary of work carried out mostly by Human Rights Centre in 2010.  

Full report is available here

Five Reasons Why Georgia Lost The August War
Since the Russia-Georgia war of August 2008, much has been debated, rehashed, and argued about the circumstances and events before and during the war. But one item that seems to be almost universally agreed upon by all parties is that the Georgian military performed poorly.

What are your expectations on separation of the Security Service from MIA?
Early detection and elimination of threats Weakening of MIA and increased threats Intensification of surveillance on citizens Increased political persecution I find it hard to answer this question


Fragile Peace in Balkans
After a long and complicated preparation period, on July 30, we landed in Sarajevo. Despite scary landing caused by bad weather conditions, I
Hungry Commission Members and Commission Chairpersons Angry with Observers in Batumi
Seal without Carve and Voter with Two Names in Guria


What happened to Dream of Justice Revival?
“Miscarriages of justice“– we use this term to characterize the problems existing in the system of Georgian judiciary during ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili’s governance. 
Triggers of Prisoners’ Mass Protests
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