Is it possible for the state to limit the activities of a political party without undue interference with its freedom of speech and expression? To answer this question, we discuss two precedent cases of the European Court of Human Rights.
Short reviews of IDFI's activities, with useful links and other materials are provided in the IDFI's July Newsletter.
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).
During the past two years, Georgia's external trade turnover decreased significantly. It is especially true in case of exports. The article discusses export indicators, as well as the dynamics and structural changes during last couple of years.
The ultimate goal of the project is to enhance public participation and ease risks of corruption in municipalities by improving practices of transparency and accountability in local government bodies.
Since 2012 expenses of Georgia's General Prosecutor's Office has significantly raised in accordance with the number of people employees at the structure.
The Open Government Partnership (OGP) Regional Dialogue provides an important opportunity for reformers to come together on annual basis to exchange open government experiences, and share best practices and latest news with a special focus on the Asia-Pacific region. IDFI Director Giorgi Kldiashvili participated at 2016 Dialogue hosted by the Asian Development Bank at their headquarters in Manila, Philippines.
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 Supreme Court of Georgia left the decision of Tbilisi City Court in force, according to which the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Prosecutor’s Office were held responsible to compensate moral and pecuniary damages to Giorgi Kldiashvili, dwelling from the fact of his illegal detainment on December 12th 2014.
|2 January 2019|