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25 September, 2012

Statement on Recent Detentions

This English translation of a statement we released on September 23 in Georgian was published on September 25.  

21 September, 2012

NGOs respond to the resignation of Akhalaia

  In the past several days, NGOs called for the resignation of the Minister of Internal Affairs, the Minister of Justice, and the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia, together with other demands.

19 September, 2012

Prison Abuse: Joint NGOs Response to Video Leak

The signatory NGOs condemn the practice of torture and inhuman treatment in the prison system, and demand an immediate investigation into this problem by the political authorities.

19 September, 2012

Majoritarian Candidates Initiative: Know Your Options

TI Georgia has developed a new wiki website: www.transparency.ge/candidates which serves as a space for Georgian citizens to learn more about politicians running against each other for 73 majoritarian seats in Parliament at the beginning of October.

19 September, 2012

Statement on Torturing Prisoners in Gldani Prison #8

Transparency International Georgia expresses its concern about video footage which emerged on the internet on September 18, 2012, which shows prisoners being tortured. From the footage it is clear that some Georgian as well as international norms have been violated, including:

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