2009-05-05The Parliamentary Bureau Sitting in Gori
2009-05-04Government Gives Opposition Ultimatum May 16 to Take Away Cells Arranged On Rustaveli Avenue
2009-04-30Public Defender Calls Upon the Ministry of Interior to Investigate Incidents concerning Journalists
2009-04-30Members of Irakli Okruashvili’s Political Party Are Beaten with Truncheons in Gori
On April 25, late at night, Giorgi Matinmenko, leader of the Gori district youth branch of the Political Movement for the United Georgia, Giorgi was attacked by four unidentified people and beaten with truncheons in the entrance to his house. The masked people did not tell Martinenko what they were demanding from him or why they were beating him. The harassers stopped beating him after the neighbors went out in the yard upon hearing the shouting of the young man.
2009-04-29Sozar Subari: “Many Acts of Violence Were Organized andCommitted by or With the Support of the Ministry of Interior
Public Defender of Georgia Sozar Subari assesses critically the ongoing situation in Georgia.He blames the Ministry of Interior for the violence. The Ombudsman blames the government for having established a dictatorship and an one-party government in the state. In his Subari’s interview with the Human Rights Center he said that the government of Georgia still continues the old policy of violence that started in November of 2007.
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