2009-06-30Teachers from Kutaisi Applied to Independent Trade Union of Teachers and Scientists for Help
2009-06-30The OSCE Mandate Expires in Georgia
2009-06-30How Can We Clear Away the Smell of Black Gunpowder?
Nearly a year has passed since then… very long for somebody and like a day for somebody.
What has changed during this time in Georgia? How do people live who endure the terrific war and those who still listen to the news of upcoming war?
2009-06-30Head of Social Agency Threatens Dissatisfied Old Person by Kicking Out From the Canteen for Impoverished People
2009-06-29Opposition Party Says its Office Bugged
2009-06-26Kota Kapanadze Is Persecuted for Supporting the Opposition Parties
Kakheti Investigation office of the Department for Revenues arrested Kote Kapanadze, senior inspector of the Custom-House “Samtatskaro.” Kakheti regional prosecutor’s office blames Kapanadze for having caused the damage of 208 000 GEL to the state budget when he worked at the Telavi district Tax Inspection in 2007. Telavi district court bailed him with 20 000 GEL. The accused said he and his family are persecuted for supporting the opposition parties.
2009-06-26Mikheil Saakashvili, President of Georgia: “Russia Is Our Only Problem”
The scenario is so surrealist that it will remind you the Bunuel. There are about twenty peasants gathered in the middle of the field in front of cameras hanging three meters up from the ground. The men are standing on the right and the women on the left. Everybody has one microphone fixed. Colony of Armored Jeeps is approaching us at high speed. President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili got out of the car together with his body-guards.
2009-06-26The Georgian Young Lawyers Association Held a Demonstration about the International Day of the Tortured Victims.
2009-06-25Law Enforcers approved Idea of Corridor of Shame
Would Law Enforcers Be Charged?
An idea of making corridors of shame was appreciated by Georgian law enforcers. They liked the idea so much that they began to arrange corridors of shame at police stations. Today corridors are arranged for those people who made them for other peoples at the buildings of Public Broadcasting and Parliament.
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“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