2011-12-15Special Press-Conference of the Coalition for Freedom of Choice
On December 15, the Coalition for Freedom of Choice held a special press-conference in the office of the Human Rights Center.
2011-12-14Investigation Office Refused Farmers to Start Investigation on Unpaid Price of Their Grape
2011-12-14Unidentified Individuals Beat Son of Giorgi Tsagareishvili, Opposition Deputy, in the Entrance of His Apartment Building
2011-12-09U.S. Senate Move To Push NATO Membership For Georgia Fails
An effort by a U.S. senator to make a renewed push for Georgian membership in NATO has been foiled. From The Daily Caller:
2011-12-08According to the results of IRI polls, it is still the church which has the highest trust in the public.
2011-12-07Incident in Free Canteen in Dedoplistskaro
2011-12-07Nino Chkhobadze: “We Might Lose Truso Valley Soon”
According to the head of NGO Greens Movement of Georgia – Friends of Planet Nino Chkhobadze, Georgia might entirely lose Truso Valley after the building of Lars Hydro-Electric Station.
2011-12-06Police Chief of Sachkere Region Fired
2011-12-05Eggs and Hens Instead Newspapers
2011-12-01Mass Media Protesting Against Auctions Announced by Tbilisi City Hall
On November 29th the representatives of mass media held a protest action in front of Tbilisi City Hall – “I read newspapers.” The ordinary citizens participated in the action along with the representatives of various media outlets and Georgian Press Association. The protestors symbolically held newspapers.
Fee of Video Dates to be Abolished Protest rallies continue in Kakheti Coalition for Trust in the South Caucasus Cross-border seminar Press Release Impeachment Issue Was Cancelled at the Special Session of the City Council Presentation of Report of Human Rights Center 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