2008-07-11Human Rights Centre Response to Journalists’ Protest
The Human Rights Center joins with protest demonstration of journalists and expresses its support to demonstrators who seek freedom of speech.
The Human Rights Center considers that governmental authorities have illegally persecuted and continues to persecute various media organizations and demands that such a policy much be ended. Every attempt is being made to subdue and restrict freedom of speech. Such efforts being done in order to support the establishment of a totalitarian and dictatorship state in Georgia and society must not allow this to happen.
2008-07-10No Justification for Terrorism!
Human Rights Center Expresses Sincere Condolences to Abkhaz People
The Human Rights Centre expresses its condolence to the families of those people who needlessly died in the terrorist acts on the territory Abkhazia. The center is deeply concerned over the recent incidents in conflict zone: terrorist acts that were carried out in Sokhumi, Gagra and Gali. These actions resulted into the death of several people and the wounding of many others.
2008-07-01Eka Beselia’s Son – Victim of Political Retribution
Appeal of the Human Rights Centre
The Human Rights Center is concerned that a criminal case has been opened against the son of Eka Beselia, member of the United Opposition. Rati Milorava, 15 was invited to the Main Division of Tbilisi Police for interrogation and has been charged with hooliganism; the charge for this category of delinquency is punishable with a term of 2-5 years of confinement. .
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