Statements
The Appeal to the President to Veto the Amendment to the Organic Law on Common Courts
On December 30, in the pre-New Year period, at an extraordinary session, without public involvement and consultations, the Parliament of Georgia hastily adopted legislative amendments to the Organic Law of Georgia on Common Courts.

 

13.01.2022
On vetoing the legislative change on the abolition of the State Inspector's Service
The Georgian Parliament, in an expedited manner, adopted legislative amendments according to which the State Inspector’s Service will be abolished in its current form.
05.01.2022
We call on the President of Georgia to veto the amendments to the Law on Common Courts

We call on the President of Georgia to veto the amendments to the Law on Common Courts, as they significantly limit the independence of the individual judge and cancel the results of the four waves of the reform.

30.12.2021
The Coalition responds to the ad hoc hearing of the amendments to the Organic Law on Common Courts
The Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary is concerned about the expedited review of the amendments to the Organic Law of Georgia on Common Courts by the Parliament of Georgia. 
29.12.2021
Statement of the NGOs on the possible abolition of the State Inspector's Service

On December 25, 2021, it was reported that the Parliament of Georgia, in an expedited manner, plans to review a draft law aimed at abolishing the State Inspector's Service.

27.12.2021
The ongoing processes against Ramiz Ramazanov in Dmanisi are alarming

The signatory organizations address the alleged political harassment of Ramiz Ramazanov and call on the government to employ all measures to protect his safety and dignity.

09.12.2021
The Coalition Reacts to the Commencement of Parliamentary Hearings of Supreme Court Judicial Candidates
The Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary considers the commencement of parliamentary hearings of Supreme Court candidates unjustified. 
25.11.2021
The Coalition Reacts to the Protest of Several Judges

The public response of some judges to the statement made by the Administrative Committee of the Conference of Judges and their dissociation from it could be an important step in restoring public trust in the judiciary.

 

 

 

10.11.2021
Group of Independent Lawyers Responds to Conference of Judges

The influential group of judges went even further and raised the issue of electing new members in the absence of vacancies for members of the Council of Justice. 

01.11.2021
The Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary Reacts to the Planned Judicial Conference

The Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary believes that in the current situation, the election of a judge member/s of the High Council of Justice by the Judicial Conference is unjustified.

29.10.2021