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Who will be affected by amnesty?

26 November, 2012

On November 12, 2012, a draft law on amnesty was introduced into Parliament. According to the preamble of the draft law, “the government’s policies in different spheres during recent years caused significant changes in the penitentiary system. The nu

Ending unchecked, illegal wiretapping practices

20 November, 2012

Technical equipment placed inside mobile telecommunications companies has allowed the authorities systematically monitor citizens’ mobile communications. Parliament should move to establish sufficient oversight over law-enforcement and security servi

Property Seizure by Prosecutor’s Office in Sairme

19 November, 2012

Transparency International Georgia publishes second blog referring how representatives of local Prosecutor’s Office pressured Sairme population during 2009-2010 in order to concede their land properties to the state. In 2010, approximately 20 local

Property Seizure by Officials: The Case of Anaklia

31 October, 2012

According to information obtained by Transparency International Georgia, government representatives pressured land owners in Anaklia into giving up their lands during the period 2009-2010. While this information was previously known to the public, no

Problems in Georgia’s Hospitals

29 October, 2012

A wave of protests took place at hospitals in the regions and in Tbilisi last week. The protests were organized by the medical personnel who where dissatisfied with their overdue and decreasing salary, and the way the hospitals have been managed by t

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