In the process of an ongoing investigation into the fact of voter-buying, on June 20th and July 15th of 2012, thousands of satellite TV antennas were discovered and sealed. Antennas were imported through a fraudulent contract and should have been distributed free of charge with an aim of voter-buying in support of a political coalition "Georgian Dream".
Through 22-23 November 2012, the Minister of Justice of Georgia held meetings in the Council of Europe. The first set of the meetings were held with the President of the European Court of Human Rights, the Registrar of the Court, several judges and the representatives of the Registry dealing with the Georgian cases.
Package of Legislative Amendments necessary for Judicial Reform will be presented to the Parliament as the Government's Legislative Initiative
The Georgian government presented the package of legislative amendments drafted by the Ministry of Justice of Georgia to the Georgian Parliament. The amendments are designed to carry out institutional reform of the Georgian judiciary.
Minister of Justice Tea Tsulukiani, after her return from Strasbourg, informed the society about the interstate applications pending before the ECHR.
High Council of Justice and Nongovernmental Sector responded to the Legislative Initiatives of the Ministry of Justice about Judicial Reform
According to Deputy Minister of Justice Mr. Sandro Baramidze, the final version of the legislative initiatives of the Ministry will be sent to the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe next week. He made this statement today during the presentation of the E-democracy Project.
Today, Head of the State Services Development Agency Mr. Giorgi Gabrielashvili and Governor of Kvemo Kartli Mr. Davit Kirkitadze opened the Community Development Center in the village of Sartichala, Gardabani municipality.
Today at 20:00 p.m. the Tbilisi Public Service Hall will be opened. A modern building designed by the famous Italian architect Massimilliano Fuksas will combine state and private services. There will be combined about 300 services, and 400 operators simultaneously will serve citizens.