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.
The core purpose of the project is to improve the legal framework and practice of access to court decisions in Georgia, bearing in mind the balance between access to judicial information and protection of personal data.
The UN Human Rights Council passed a resolution recognizing access to internet as a fundamental and basic human right. The resolution “affirms that the same rights that people have offline must also be protected online”.
This policy brief prepared by IDFI aims to study the challenges faced by the universal healthcare program, and develop recommendations on how to overcome them and how to ensure the program is implemented in an efficient and uninterrupted manner.
The Coalition for Independent and Transparent Judiciary responds to the process of selecting 65 new judges in the High Council of Justice. Interviews with all candidates have already been completed. The Council will announce the new judges in the near future.
IDFI Director Giorgi Kldiashvili took part in the World e-Parliament Conference 2016 held in Valparaiso, at the Parliament of Chile (28-30 June). The World e-Parliament Conference is the biennial forum of the parliamentary community on the use of information and communication technologies (ICT).
Short reviews of IDFI's activities, with useful links and other materials are provided in the IDFI's June Newsletter.
IDFI continues the series of articles on Georgia’s visa liberalization process. The article discusses possible scenarios of finalizing the visa liberalization process. It also elaborates on the feasibility of granting Georgia visa-free travel before the October Parliamentary elections in Georgia.
IDFI was named by Transparify among the world’s most financially transparency think tanks along with 6 other Georgian non-governmental organizations. Transparify published its 2016 report on June 28. The report examines the financial transparency of 200 think tanks in 47 countries. Transparify analyzed funding information disclosed by these organizations and rated them on a 5 star rating system (with 5 being highly transparent).
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