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NGOs respond to developments related to the nomination of Supreme Court judges
28 Dec, 2018 - News
Georgian NGOs respond to recent developments related to the nomination of Supreme Court judges
Discussion over appointment of Supreme Court Judges
26 Dec, 2018 - News
Local civil society organizations, lawyers, former judges and human rights watchdogs held a closed meeting to discuss the issue of appointment of Supreme Court judges.
CSOs Slam Judicial Council’s Supreme Court Nominations
25 Dec, 2018 - News
The article by Civil.ge covers the process of related to justice candidate selection in the Supreme Court and reaction of NGOs.
The Civil Society Urges the Parliament to Stop the Appointment Process of the Supreme Court Judges
24 Dec, 2018 - News
The process of justice candidate selection for the Supreme Court by the High Council of Justice, demonstrates the will of uncontrolled power in the judiciary.
Legislative Regulation Needed for the Selection Process of Supreme Court Judges and Chairperson
17 Dec, 2018 - News
The new version of the Constitution went into force at the moment the newly elected President was sworn in. According to it, Supreme Court justices are no longer nominated by the President but rather by the High Council of Justice, and they are appoi
Governments must join hands with civil society and the private sector to ensure equal access to justice for all
13 Nov, 2018 - News
On November 13 the third International Legal Aid Conference (ILAC 2018_ was launched in Tbilisi, Georgia. The event focusing on Global challenges related to ensuring equal access to justice for all and free legal aid for the poor and vulnerable bring