2012-11-22Lanchkhuti Culture Center No Longer Has Money to Pay Salaries of Employees
Lanchkhuti district culture center is non-profit legal entity and is funded from local budget. Sopo Chelidze has been its director since 2003 Rose Revolution.
2012-11-21Workers of Kulevi Terminal Complain about Their Labor Rights
Workers of Kulevi Black Sea Terminal held warning demonstrations with the request of increased salaries and adequate working conditions. First protest rally was held in the village center far from the terminal. About 200 workers of the terminal participated in it.
2012-11-21Miners in Tkibuli Again on Strike
Miners of Tkibuli Ltd “Saknakhshiri” [Georgian Coal] refuse to continue work. They request resignation of the director-general, improved working conditions, increased salaries and annulment of the current decree on the closure of Dzidziguri Mine.
2012-11-19Employment – Main Method for Psycho-Social Rehabilitation
28-year-old Dato is my friend; he is a project coordinator at an international organization. Several years ago he got depressed as a result of serious heart-trauma. Since then, he has been taking large amount of psychotropic medicines every day and visits a psychiatrist once per month. The employer does not know anything about his problems. As Dato said, if the employer learns that he has psychic problems, he might lose a job.
2012-11-19New Chief Police Officer in Tkibuli
2012-11-19Mineral Water Zvare Might Disappear
2012-11-16Miners on Strike Raised Three Main Requests
2012-11-14Eco-Migrants from Adjara VS Ministry of Refugees and Accommodation
Humanrights.ge visited the Gorelovka village in Ninotsminda district, Samtskhe-Javakheti region. About 300 families live in the village; among them are about 100 families of eco-migrants resettled from Khuli district, Adjara.
2012-11-14“We Are Victims of Trafficking In Our Own Country” Poti Port’s Employees Claim
Ten-day strike of Poti Port workers finished with agreement and every employee returned to their working places. The agreement was reached after Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Giorgi Kvirikashvili and chairman of the Georgian Confederation of Trade Unions Irakli Petriashvili joined negotiations.
2012-11-13In Brussels Ivanishvili Called to Avoid “Selective Justice”
President of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso, has called on Georgia’s new government to avoid “situations of selective justice”, which could weaken rule of law and harm Georgia’s image abroad.
2012-11-13Disagreement between Tbilisi City Hall and Government Damaged Tbilisi Residents
Because of disagreement between Tbilisi City Hall and government of Georgia about 600 000 residents of Tbilisi could not enjoy social allowances. Tbilisi City Hall assigned responsibility of managing expenditures of social allowances to central budget. The latter declared this responsibility illegal and called upon the City Hall to implement its responsibility which it had taken before.
2012-11-12Administration of the Caucasus Online Was Demanded to Install Special Apparatus in Fibrous Network
2012-11-09Zestaponi District Governor Elected through Controversy
On November 2, Zestaponi district governor was to be elected on the session of municipal board. Zestaponi district residents occupied the hall in protest before session started. The meeting started later than it was scheduled. Zestaponi district majortiarian MP Gogi Kavtaradze was with local citizens; they protested Kakha Getsadze’s candidature for the governor.
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