GNCC does not announce contest on vacant positions and new employees are appointed on free-lance specialists' positions
On March 26th 2015 World Justice Project published Open Government Index, according to which Georgia was assessed to score 0.61 out of the maximum index of 1.
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.
The information received from the Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia highlights that during the period of October 2012 to January 2015, 52 530 appeals/notices linked with the misconducts of public officials have been received by the Prosecutor’s Office.
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.
Read February newsletter, summarizing all the important activities, carried by institute
Since August 11th, 2014 the director of an NGO "Institute for Reporters' Freedom and Safety" (IRFS), Emin Huseynov, has been forced to seek refugee at the Embassy of Switzerland in Baku. IRFS is one of the partner organizations of IDFI.
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.
|20 September 2020|