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2015-12-21
Constitutionalist Mikheil Sharashidze about Recent Judgments of the Constitutional Court
“Georgian Citizen Giorgi Ugulava v Parliament of Georgia “ – the Constitutional Court of Georgia ruled that the 9-month term of pre-trial imprisonment in each criminal case shall include the period of time which the accused person spent in the detention setting after the charge was brought against him/her in the frame of other case;
2015-05-20
Who will review the unlawful judgments, Gvenetadze or Papuashvili?
Apparently, after 3 years being  in Government, “Georgian Dream” is starting to review unlawful judgments. Minister of Justice has confirmed the information that the bill, which was drafted through consultation with the Prosecutor’s Office and officials of the Supreme Court, is ready.
2015-04-09
What changes are planned by the new chair of the Supreme Court of Georgia
Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili relied on the following criteria – principality, management skills, free from political influence and professionalism, when he nominated Nino Gvenetadze for the position of the Supreme Court Chairwoman. The legislative body also liked the President’s decision, and on March 20, 88 MPs voted for Nino Gvenetadze for the position.
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