2010-06-16Russian Frontier Killed in Kodori Gorge
2010-06-11Batumi Still Does Not Have Mayor
2010-06-11USA Considers Situation in Georgia and Poor Democracy in Russia as Failure of US Foreign Policy
The USA considers that situation in Georgia and poor democracy in Russia is failure of the US foreign policy.
2010-06-10Workers on Strike Returned to Their Work under Threat of Police
Humanrights.ge published an article about the strike of the workers at the GeoSteel Ltd in Rustavi two weeks ago. The workers claimed they would not stop strike until the factory administration satisfies their requirements. A worker of the GeoSteel told us: “Our main problem is low salaries, and lack of toilets and drinking water in the factory. We work two days and nights per week and our salary is 300 GEL. It is slavery. They know that our country is poor, people have hard lives and they take advantage of our situation.”
2010-06-10Will Human Rights Defender Be A Minister?
2010-06-10Four Teachers of Balghojiani Village Have Their Functions Suspended Before Investigation Finishes
2010-06-10Protest in Kutaisi
2010-06-09More Shall Be Arrested
2010-06-09Difference between Georgian Version of Constitutional Amendments and English One, Sent to the Venice Commission
2010-06-09Saakashvili Urged Sarkozy Meeting during Six Months
He has been urging Nicola Sarkozy meeting for six months already. The Élysée Palace finally agreed to satisfy the request of the president of Georgia. Leader of Georgia will remain in Paris until Wednesday and prime-minister of Russia, Vladimer Putin, will replace him in France.
2010-06-08Tbilisi City Hall Hides Unreasonable Expenditures
MP from the opposition party Giorgi Tsagareishvili imposes the responsibility for the “criminal” activities of the Tbilisi mayor on the people who voted for Gigi Ugulava on May 30.
2010-06-08President Boasts about Rapidly and Badly Constructed Prisons
New detention setting # 1 of general and strict regime was opened in Rustavi. On June 1, the president Mikheil Saakashvili personally attended the opening ceremony and reminded the invited guests of the situation in old detention settings. “Here criminals ran everything. Inmates did not have food. Everything was sent from outside and the crimes in Georgia were planned from the prison. The prisoners estimated sums for the return of stolen cars; they planned attacks on businessmen. All in all, it was place for anti-sanitary, disorder and illegality in Georgia.”
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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