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2020-02-12
The Ruling of the Supreme Court on Ugulava’s Case Is A Continuation of Political Persecution
We, the undersigned organizations, are responding to the ruling made by the Supreme Court on February 10, 2020 in the case against Gigi Ugulava. The opposition leader was sentenced to three years, two months and eight days in prison. We consider that the ruling is a continuation of the government’s political persecution of the opposition and that it is problematic due to a number of reasons:
2020-02-12
De facto South Ossetian authorities must drop charges against Georgian Human Rights Defender
63 members of the network of Human Rights Houses urge the Russian government to use their influence and position to drop charges against Tamara Mearakishvili, expressing their deep concern about legal actions taken by the de facto South Ossetian authorities against the prominent Georgian human rights defender.
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