The Coalition for Independent and Transparent Judiciary responds to recent developments at the Constitutional Court of Georgia. According to the Coalition, the current situation creates an impression of a deliberate attempt to delay court proceedings on the so-called ‘high-profile cases’, which negatively affects stakeholders and public trust towards the Constitutional Court.
Coalition for Media Advocacy responds to the decision of the Board of Trustees on conducting exit polls by State TV Channel together with the following TV stations: Imedi, Maestro and GDS. The Coalition calls for the State Channel to change the decision and divert all the resources to timely, adequate and unbiased coverage of the processes.
Coalition for Independent and Transparent Judiciary responds to Georgian Government’s decision to replace Nana Mchedlidze with Eva Gotsiridze in the three-person list of candidate judges to be selected at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
42 Georgian NGOs issued a jointed statement on setting the date of the Parliamentary Elections in Georgia.
In its July 14 statement the Coalition for Independent and Transparent Judiciary assesses the ongoing process of judge selection in the High Council of Justice and responds to the judge selection meeting scheduled for today.
The Coalition for Independent and Transparent Judiciary responds to the process of selecting 65 new judges in the High Council of Justice. Interviews with all candidates have already been completed. The Council will announce the new judges in the near future.
"...We truly believe that what Georgia needs now is a clear roadmap towards NATO membership agreed at the NATO Warsaw Summit. This would serve Euro-Atlantic security interests and further advance the principles on which the Alliance was founded. We also hope that decisions taken in Warsaw will support concrete measures aimed at deterring Russian aggression and reinforcing Georgia’s security...."
The Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary considers it important to comment on President’s act, which returned legislative changes on Constitutional Court to the legislature with objections.
NGOs issue the statement regarding Kortskheli incident. The undersigned organizations consider, the investigation of the incident in Kortskheli as ineffective and call on the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia to take adequate and timely steps in order to bring to justice all perpetrators and organizers of this violent act.
Coalition addresses the initiators of the Third Wave drafts and political factions in the Parliament with a demand to consider the crisis existing in the court system and take timely steps towards the fundamental reform of the justice system. In order to achieve this objective the Third Wave amendments have to be adopted and enacted on time. This will create a platform for the future reform, which will be more inclusive and open for substantive discussions.
|21 March 2019|