2012-06-07Georgia: A Look at Democratization’s Dark Side
Freedom has a flip side. In Georgia, that translates into a prison population that is proportionally larger than Russia’s, and a justice system that remains a sensitive subject for the government.
2012-06-07Tbilisi Mikroavtobusi Prohibited Passengers of Yellow Mini-Buses to Listen to Radio
On June 6, Company Tbilisi Mikroavtobusi switched off voice signals of radio-stations in mini-buses. The drivers, who were asked to park their mini-buses unlocked at night, found radio-sets removed from the cars. Drivers and passengers of mini-buses mostly listened to the radio stations Palitra, Maestro, Radio-Freedom and Utsnobi.
2012-06-07“Chamber of Control Tries to Hinder Georgian Dream’s Election Campaign”
Representatives of the Georgian Dream Tina Khidasheli and Maia Panjikidze said the Constitutional Security Department, Chamber of Control and TV-Company Rustavi 2 implemented purposeful provocations against Georgian Dream.
2012-06-07Freedom House Report Categorizes Georgia again in a Group of Transitional Governments of Hybrid Regimes
Bill Cutting Maximum Term of Administrative Detention Passed with First Reading Supreme Court Upheld the Non-Guilty Judgment against Bacho Akhalaia Public Defender’s Representative faced obstacles at Akhaltsikhe Temporary Detention Isolator CEC Probes Complaint into Cleric's Politically Charged Sermon Breached labor rights of the citizen was restored with the legal assistance 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 inArchive
Recently, protest of Geguti prison inmates was one of the most urgent topics in Georgian media. Hundreds of prisoners used different forms ofArchive