2009-08-31Telavi Governor Refuses to Take Drug Test
2009-08-31GEORGIA: EX-JAILOR-IN-CHIEF TAPPED TO HEAD DEFENSE MINISTRY
A former prison boss, who has been both credited and criticized for a clampdown on organized crime in Georgia, has been nominated as the country’s latest defense minister.
2009-08-27Families of Dead and Wounded Soldiers in the August War Were Given Financial Aid on Political Grounds
2009-08-26Street Trading in front of Kutaisi City Hall
Street traders of household materials and hygiene kits have changed their address in Kutaisi. They have been trading in front of Kutaisi City Hall for several days now instead of the area near the central market they had been trading before. This is a how the street traders express their protest against the police ousting them from the area they had been trading before.
2009-08-26Georgia based Human Rights Organizations Inform International Organizations about the Detention of Family Members of Eka Beselia
2009-08-26Shalva Ramishvili was released at 8 a.m. instead of11 a.m. as scheduled to Avoid Commotion
2009-08-25Employees of Elit Electronics Request the Company Administration and the Government to Help them Maintain their Jobs
2009-08-25One Step Forward Two Steps Back
Most of the IDPs from the Kodori valley that live in Kutaisi have only one table, 4 chairs, a bed, a TV set and a fridge. They live in a former military college building which was renovated by foreigners. The IDPs have been living there since March 2, 2009. They are very dissatisfied and tell about their problems to everyone hoping that their problems might be taken up by the government.
2009-08-25Shalva Ramishvili Will Be Released Tomorrow
2009-08-25Residents of the Village of Makharadze Blame the Local Governor’s Office for Appropriating a Sum of Money
2009-08-24Georgian Side Does Its Best to Return Arrested Georgians in the Philippines Back to Georgia
Member of the City Council Requests Impartial Investigation of the Case Ex-Head of GYLA Appointed as President’s Adviser Investigator’s Resolution for the Search/Withdrawal of Evidence Is Still Necessary Muslims Found Road to the Gate of the Tchela Mosque Blocked About 60 people are on strike because of unpaid salaries in Geguti Archive
After a long and complicated preparation period, on July 30, we landed in Sarajevo. Despite scary landing caused by bad weather conditions, IArchive
“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.Archive