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2014-06-25
“Rights of Convicts and Their Protection Mechanisms” – Human Rights Center presents new report
Human Rights Center presented the Report “Rights of Convicts and Their Protection Mechanisms.” 
2014-06-24
Monitoring Group Calls for Re-Count of Votes at “Problematic” Polling Stations
International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy (ISFED), the largest election observer organization in Georgia, has called for a vote re-count in hundreds of “problematic” polling stations.
2014-06-24
“Rights of Convicts and Their Protection Mechanisms” – Human Rights Center presents new report
On June 25th, at 13:00 pm in the conference hall of the Human Rights House Tbilisi, Human Rights Center will present the Report “Rights of Convicts and Their Protection Mechanisms.” 
2014-06-24
Telavi to Elect First Mayor in the Second Round
Second round of mayor’s election will be held in Telavi and Coalition Georgian Dream’s candidate Platon Kalmakhelidze and United National Movement’s candidate Aleksi Dzuliashvili will contest each other in it. 
2014-06-24
Results from the First Round of Elections and Challenges of the Second Round
As a result of June 15 Local Self-Governmental Elections five out of seven candidates for the mayor’s position in Gori left the contest. Zurab Jirkvelishvili of the Coalition Georgian Dream and Kakhaber Ergemlidze of the Irakli Okruashvili – Georgian Party will oppose each other in the second round.
2014-06-20
Human Rights Center (HRIDC) is announcing an opening for the full-time position of Lawyer in Tbilisi.
title: Lawyer
Provided by: Human Rights Center
Deadline: 30 June, 2014,  at 15:00 p.m
Human Rights Center (HRIDC) is announcing an opening for the full-time position of Lawyer in Tbilisi.
2014-06-18
Right to Double Choice – Reportage from Perevi and Other Villages on ABL
Residents of four occupied villages in Sachkhere district – Kardzmani, Sinaguri, Tedeleti and Jalabati are registered in the united list of voters at two polling stations. 74 out of 1020 registered voters in Perevi village polling station live in the occupied villages; another 46 voters registered in Jria village PS live in the occupied territory. 
2014-06-17
Protest Actions for Compensating Damages Caused by Hailstones
Tortiza, Kheltubani, Rekha, Sveneti, Berbuki, Adzvi, Mejvriskhevi, Kirbali, Zerti – this is an incomplete list of the villages where the hailstones destroyed the fruit gardens and plants entirely.
2014-06-15
Human Rights Center to Observe 2014 Local Self-Government Elections
On June 15th of 2014 Human Rights Center will observe local self-governmental elections in the Kakheti region in the areas mostly settled by ethnic minorities as well as near conflict areas in Sachkhere municipality, Imereti region. The project is financially supported by Open Society – Georgia Foundation.
2014-06-15
Observers do not have possibility to properly observe polling process in the villages of ethnic Azerbaijan citizens
Nestan Londaridze, observer from Human Rights Center, reports that they cannot implement duties properly in the villages of Keshalo, Muganlo, Lambalo and Tulari with ethnic Azerbaijan inhabitants, as commission members intercommunicate only in Azerbaijan language.
2014-06-15
Georgian Citizens Living in Occupied Territory Can Freely Participate in Local Elections
Residents of the occupied territory, on the ABL with South Ossetia, can travel to the Georgian controlled territory and participate in the elections without any obstacles. Human Rights Center’s observers reported about it, who monitor ongoing election process in the border-line villages of Perevi, Jria, Tskhomareti, Chala and Speti in Sachkhere district.
2014-06-15
Observer of the Human Rights Center was not allowed to record comment in the log-book
Human Rights Center’s observer reports several ballot papers “disappeared” from the bundle of 50-ballot papers at 11:30 am in the polling station # 40 in Sagarejo district.
2014-06-15
Over 1500 Voters Registered in a Precinct in Sagarejo District
Observer of the Human Rights Center reports that 1612 voters are registered in the polling station # 45 in Lambalo village, Sagarejo district.
2014-06-15
Human Rights Center about ongoing local self-governmental elections
Human Rights Center observed local elections with 28 observers in the villages of ethnic minorities in Kakheti region and in the villages of Sachkhere district, Imereti region close to conflict areas.
2014-06-12
Georgian Dream gives Medea Vasadze several days to make decision
Adjara Supreme Council MP from Georgian Dream Medea Vasadze must within one week decide how to act due to the phone call made to TV-Channel 25 journalist Jaba Ananidze.  Majority member Gia Masalkin says that the majority has given Medea Vasadze a choice: she must either apologize or leave the post of the Human Rights Committee.  In case if Vasadze will not take any of the decisions proposed, majority will discuss her issue again. 
 
2014-06-05
Human Rights Center to Observe 2014 Local Self-Governmental Elections
On May 31st of 2014 Human Rights Center was registered as a local observer organization for the local self-governmental elections of June 15th of 2014 by the decree of Central Election Commission of Georgia. 
2014-06-04
Pre-Election Protest of Traders in Gori

Traders continued protest in Gori before elections too. Part of them took radical measures and broke into the territory of old market in Guramishvili square. “We will vote for the candidate, who will restore old market,” the traders claimed.
2014-06-03
District Governors-to-be in Kakheti Region
District Election Commissions finished registration of the candidates for district governors’ positions. Most candidates throughout Kakheti region were registered in Sagarejo district.
2014-06-02
Batumi City Hall Warned Political Parties
Supervision service at the Batumi City Hall sent warning letters to the political parties participating in the upcoming local self-governmental elections about their possible fining. Political parties have two days to remove election posters from the prohibited areas in Batumi. 
2014-05-25
Seven Candidates for Gori City Mayor’s Position and Six Candidates for District Governor’s Position
According to the data from Gori DEC # 32, seven candidates will fight for the position of the Gori City Mayor and six candidates for the position of the Gori district governor.
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