It is crucial to fundamentally revise the strategy of relations with Russia. No measure will be successful without this step. The main principle of our strategy is to continue relations with Russia with the engagement and participation of the international community.
We believe that this is a hasty decision and damages the National Bank as an institution; the decision jeopardizes the constitutional functions of the National Bank. Namely, according to the Constitution of Georgia, “the National Bank fosters stable functioning of the financial sector”.
We want to respond Ex Prime-minsiter Bidzina Ivanishvili, who made negative statements about civil sector leaders in his TV program
Real estate franchise industry represents one of the most important industries in USA economy and is still a large field which generates billions of dollars in revenue. Although, there are some questions within the society about the scrutiny of foreign real estate buyers actions in the United States.
The Coalition is examining the Prosecution Reform Concept, put forward by the Criminal Justice Reform Inter-AgencyCoordinationCouncilon April 8, 2015, which proposes several amendments to the rules of appointing the chief prosecutor.
The Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary welcomes timely completion of the process of appointment of a new Chief Justice. Despite certain delays, the Parliament has still managed to complete the process according to the existing procedures and elected a new Chief Justice.
IDFI and several other NGOs has already signed the petition, protesting anti-western statements of majority fraction leaders
For several years the Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary has been monitoring and analyzing the processes taking place in the court system. This time the Coalition is addressing the fact of suspension of the appointment of judges at the High Council of Justice.
Media Advocacy Coalition is ready to be actively involved in negotiations between Palitra TV and Magticom.
The Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary is welcoming the Georgian Government’s statements, which concern thousands of complaints submitted to the General Prosecutor’s Office since October 1, 2012 and declare the initiation of effective legal actions to address them.
|28 September 2020|