The decision by the Georgian authorities to allow direct flights between Tbilisi and Moscow is a deliberate act of sabotage against Georgia’s aspirations for EU candidate status.
The "Georgian Dream" deliberately prevented the creation of a temporary investigative commission in the Parliament twice, which was supposed to study corruption and other violations in the judicial system.
Last month, we, the citizens of Georgia, once again reaffirmed our loyalty to European values and unwavering commitment to the path leading to EU membership.
The US Department of State has imposed personal sanctions on entry into the country on members of an influential group of judges due to their involvement in significant corruption.
On April 3, 2023, the Public Defender's report on the Situation in Human Rights and Freedoms in Georgia during 2022 was published, Chapter 7 of which reviews the current environment in terms of freedom of information in the country.
We, the signatory organizations, are extremely concerned about the ongoing processes surrounding one of Georgia's oldest and independent media holdings, "Palitra Media".
We, the Civil Society Organizations of Georgia, have been actively cooperating with the Parliament of Georgia in the direction of the Open Government Partnership since 2015.
We, the people of Georgia, strongly oppose the bill initiated by the members of the Parliamentary Majority, also endorsed by the Speaker of Parliament and other MPs. We declare that the attempts to adopt this Russian bill attack not only the independent civil society organizations and the critical media, but the people of Georgia themselves.
We, the signatory organizations, wish to comment once again on the extremely serious health condition of the third president of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili.
Actions of the state bodies towards Mikheil Saakashvili that took place during the last week violate rights of the convicted and damage legitimization of legal actions that were carried out in relation to Saakashvili.
|4 January 2023|