On March 29, 2016, IDFI addressed a letter to the Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili asking him to look into the reasons behind the failure of the Georgian Government to fulfill 2 important commitments undertaken within the framework of the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Action Plan for Georgia. IDFI also asks the Prime Minister to personally ensure timely implementation of the obligations. Both of these obligations were accepted into the OGP Action Plan as per the IDFI’s recommendations.
Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum Georgian National Platform condemns terrorist attacks in the Brussels International Airport and in the metro station on Tuesday, March 22 and expresses deep condolences to the families of the victims.
NGO appeal to Georgian Parliament on creating Investigative Commission
IDFI calls on the students to remain in constructive dialogue and avoid further escalation of the events at TSU. Organization also call on the Law-Enforcement Agencies to guarantee the safety of the students and stop violence at the University.
Yesterday the High Council of Justice made a decision to dismiss Mamuka Khvlediani from the position of the Tbilisi City Court Chair.
NGOs request to launch investigation on the case of probable disclosure of the results of judge qualification exams.
Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary applied to High Council of Justice with disciplinary appeal
Coalition calls for Suspension of the ongoing Judicial Selection
We call on the Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia to provide society with complete information on the issues of particularly high public interest, such as statistical data on the number of complaints received by the entity, as well as the actions taken and the number of persons held responsible for the facts of torture and inhuman treatment in the prisons of Georgia.
The Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Justice was closely observing the process of selection of candidates for the 61 vacant judicial positions taking place at the High Council of Justice. We would like to voice our findings and once again indicate the significant gaps revealed during the interviews with the candidates.
|29 March 2019|