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18
June2019

Statement by non-governmental organisations on the 14 and 16 June events

We, the undersigned organisations, would like to express our solidarity with the organisers of Tbilisi Pride and LGBT+ activists whose freedom of expression was crudely restricted by violent groups outside the Chancellery of the Government on 14 June. We call on the law enforcement bodies to carry out all the necessary measures to, on the one hand, hold the perpetrators of the violence responsible before the law and, on the other, to ensure that the Tbilisi Pride Week is held in a peaceful environment.

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10
June2019

The Coalition’s Statement on Developments Related to the State Inspector

Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary responds to the procedural violations in the competition for the selection of the State Inspector and the failure to provide financial guarantees for the Inspector’s office

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17
May2019

Platform “No to Phobia” about the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

Today is May 17, the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT). The issue of the human rights of LGBTQI community is becoming particularly urgent on this day. We believe it is important to remind the Government and the society of those challenges, which we have in this direction in our country. 

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14
May2019

The Coalition's Open Letter to the Speaker of the Parliament on the Termination of Authority of Zaza Kharebava, a High Council of Justice Member

This statement concerns the Liberty Monitor’s investigative report and information circulated by different media outlets (https://bit.ly/2H3D9Ai), which reveal that the requirements of the Law of Georgia on Common Courts were violated in the process of selecting Zaza Kharebava, a non-judge member of the High Council of Justice, by the Parliament of Georgia.

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10
May2019

The Coalition is assessing new rules for nomination and selection of Supreme Court justices

The Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary reacts to the legislative changes on the selection of Supreme Court justices by presenting a concluding opinion on the content and process of adoption of the amendments.

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