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Tuesday, August 2, 2016, #150 (3684)

Gov’t nominee criticized

The Georgian President’s Parliamentary Secretary, ex-Deputy Defence Minister Anna Dolidze, and the President’s Advisor in Human Rights Issues Kakha Kozhoridze, claim that the Government made an “unfounded and unfair” decision in terms of Georgia’s representative in the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR). (more)

Judges deny pressure

“We want to inform society that all questioned judges deny any kind of pressure was exerted on them in order to influence judiciary proceedings,” stated the Prosecutor’s Office in its statement about alleged pressure put on Constitutional Court judges. (more)

President pardons prisoners


7 star Hotel opens in Tbilisi


Index of care for socially vulnerable people is very low


The News in Brief

"Parliament Speaker to Stand for Reelection as Majoritarian MP in Tbilisi" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Head of Constitutional Court to be questioned

Georgia’s Chief Prosecutor Irakli Shotadze has stated that the head of the Constitutional Court of Georgia, Giorgi Papuashvili, will be questioned this week over his statements that some judges of the Constitutional Court are being pressured and blackmailed by the current authorities in relation to some notorious cases. (more)

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