2009-08-10Beware, President is coming!
Using severe methods of political persecution and in a struggle against different opinions has become common in the present governance of our country. Escort police blocking roads illegally when the escort of the former head of the Adjara Autonomous Republic ,Aslan Abashidze, was driving in the street did not surprise anyone but it is nothing compared to the story that was told to our office by a soldier.
2009-08-10Life Without the Kodor Gorge
A year ago they used to live in their ancestor’s houses and despite the fact that tension was increasing day by day they still were happy because they lived on their own land. The feeling that they would have to leave the gorge and they would become IDPs came rather late when Russian bombers started flying regularly over the gorge. Then they left upper Abkhazia in trucks for Kutaisi.
2009-08-07An Investigation has Started but It Is Important to Know whether It Will Finish
On August 2 in the morning, Amiran Bitsadze, twice a world champion in boxing , assistant to the priest of St. Gorgasali Church in Rustavi, supporter of the Democratic Movement – United Georgia, IDP from Abkhazia, was kidnapped from a road in Tskhvarichamia. The road where he was in his car with his friend Dato Bendeliani was blocked by amini-bus and two cars—a Jeep and a Niva.
2009-08-07The west's moral failure over Georgia
One year ago, Georgia's leaders ordered a military attack on unarmed civilians in South Ossetia. By any common understanding this action was a war crime and the ensuing conflict led to recognised independence for Abkhazia and South Ossetia, of which we are the elected leaders.
2009-08-07Georgia, On the Rebound
TBILISI, Georgia -- On the night of Aug. 7, 2008, Russia's 58th Army crossed over Georgia's internationally recognized borders. Thus began what the evidence shows was a long-planned invasion aimed at toppling my government and increasing Moscow's control over our region. A year later, the results are not what the Kremlin expected.
2009-08-06Labor Trafficking in Batumi
About 20 employees of the constraction company Ltd. Kristali who were cheated by the company administration demand that the administration immediately pay them their salaries.
2009-08-06The State Refused to the Cover the Expenses ofTreating aSoldier Injured during the August War
2009-08-06Badri Bitsadze: “Russians Control the Border between Georgia and Dagestan- the Republic in the Russian Federation”
2009-08-06Illegal Staff Selection Policy in Kutaisi City Hall
Svetlana Zakarashvili, a former chief specialist for calculating figures for financial reports at the Finance Department of Kutaisi City Hall has been trying to restore justice for the last year and a half now. The City Hall dismissed her on the ground that the administration staff was being cut. However, 8 new employees have been appointed in the Finance Department since Svetlana Zkarashvili was dismissed.
2009-08-05The People Who Live in the Village of Bakurtsikhe Accuse the Gurjaani District Administration of Corruption
2009-08-03The Human Rights Centre Demands a Criminal Case be Initiated Against Patrol Police Officer
2009-08-03Residents of the Village of Udabno are holding a Demonstration at the Presidential Residence
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