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Chief Bailiff
After Dimitry Shashkin moved from the position of the Minister of Probation and Penitentiary to the position of the Minister of Education and Science, the society had controversial reaction. Nowadays, due to the decisions and reforms of this person, most part of the society thinks that he still acts as a minister of probation and penitentiary and rules the education system with police methods.
Davit Tsikarishvili: “School Should Not Turn Into A Subordinated Agency of the MIA”
Ministry of Education and Science and Ministry of Internal Affairs announced competition in public schools – “I Love My Police.” The winners were nominated on December 22 and received computers and other prizes. The humanrights.ge interviewed the head of the legal department of the independent Trade Union of Teachers “Ertoba” Davit Tsikarishvili with regard to the competition.
Rudimently Fabricated Elections of Gori University Rector
After the elections at Gori University on October 21, 2010, Humanitarian Faculty Professor Giorgi Sosiashvili was elected to be a member of the Academician Council despite the fact that he was a member of the counting commission.
Ministry of Education together with MIA – “I Love My Police”
Deadline for the competition of the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia in alliance with the Ministry of Internal Affairs - “I Love My Police” – is November 25. In the framework of the competition pupils have to make paintings, compositions and organize a photo-competition.
Davit Tsikarishvili: “Requesting students to pass the subjects that they never studied in school is unfair.”
The Ministry of Education and Science adopted the program of the diploma exams for 2010-2011 academic years. This year’s 12th graders will be the first to pass 8 exams for receiving diploma. As the Ministry of Education states, this reform will evaluate the student’s knowledge more fairly and objectively. 
Floor Fell Down in the Recently-Renovated School
Public school in the village of Kukhi in Khoni district is one of those which were renovated with the financial support of the state budget. Several days ago, the floor fell down on the second floor during the lesson. Luckily nobody was in the area at that time! After the parquet was removed from the floor, the wooden material was found completely rotten. Specialists say the material was damaged by paving wet parquet on it.
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Are there political prisoners in Georgia currently?
yes No I do not know


They wait for me in Abkhazia
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Every year, fewer and fewer veterans of the World War II meet the Victory Day. The society receives information about them only on
Villages of the Hopeless
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