Giorgi Kldiashvili calls on the Ministry of Internal Affairs to retract defaming information and ensure that news on the termination of criminal posecution and his exculpation is published on the official web-page of the Ministry.
Giorgi Kldiashvili refers to the court for damages.
On the 9th of February the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) addressed the President of Georgia Mr. Giorgi Margvelashvili and proposed him the candidacy of Ms. Natia Tskepladze for the position of Chairman of the Supreme Court to be approved by the Parliament of Georgia...
In a few days, the Parliament of Georgia will hold the second hearing to discuss the bill on State Secrets; the author of the bill is an inter-agency working group, and the initiator is MP Irakli Sesiashvili (GD - Democratic Georgia). The bill, if passed, will replace the legislative act, adopted in 1996.
We are concerned about the oppression on civil society organizations. Crack-down on the part of CSOs, who aim to defend democratic values, promote freedom and equality as well as creation of European systems of the governance, has become particularly active lately.
Some of high-profile cases investigation processes have been prolonged without any publicly announced reasons. Therefore, Georgian NGOs jointly call on the Members and the Speaker of the Parliament to set up a commission to study these cases
On the press conference Giorgi Kldiashvili stated, that he has been recovered on the position of director of IDFI and called prosecutors office and ministry of Internal Affairs to investigate the cases of his illegal detention and pressure on him.
We, the under-signed, believe transparent, accountable and inclusive institutions are vital if we are to end poverty and protect the planet.
Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary is addressing the issue of election of the new Chief Justice, which has already garnered growing public interest. The current Chief Justice’s term is up in February, 2015.
Giorgi Kldiashvili, Director of the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) was arrested by the Department of Central Criminal Police of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) of Georgia when he was transporting home his registered collection firearm (Luger P08, issued in 1921) after it was repaired at official arms shop.
|8 March 2019|