2011-05-24Lawyer of the Human Rights Center and Prisoner Locked in One Room
“Penitentiary institution breaches the rights of the prisoners’ visitors,” the lawyer of the Human Rights Center Nino Andriashvili said. According to the lawyer, her right was breached in the prison # 17 on May 20.
2011-05-20Why Gvantsa Kuparadze Was Not Early Released from Prison – Who Settles Fate of Prisoners?!
Several months left before the end of Gvantsa Kuparadze’s prison term. At the end of the school-year she intends to take national exams; so she requested early release. Although the prisoner has good reference from the prison administration, the local council of the Mnistry of Corrections and Legal Aid did not satisfy her petition.
2011-05-06Mortality among Prisoners Increased at 50%
Number of dead prisoners in Georgian penitentiary system has increased at 50% from the previous year. The representatives of the Public Defender’s Office state mostly prisoners die because of late medical assistance. Tuberculosis, infections and breathing system problems are top diseases that kill prisoners.
2011-05-05“Curse-Therapy” In Gldani Jail Hospital
Inmate of the Rustavi Prison # 17 Rudic Ovakimyan urges the state institutions and non-governmental organizations for help. Ovakimyan is ill and complains about doctors.
2011-05-02Grigol Kharebava: “Detainees During Protest Rally Targeted to Aggressive and Degrading Treatment in the Detention Setting”
Grigol (Kakha) Kharebava told the Human Rights Center about his 20-day administrative imprisonment. He was detained at the protest rally in front of the Supreme Court of Georgia.
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How do you think, did the political prisoners, released by the Parliament of Georgia short time ago, deserve freedom?