On October 23, the Democracy Research Institute held a presentation of the study - Mandate of the Operational-Technical Agency in Conducting Covert Investigative Activities - Risks and Challenges.
The aim of the study is to evaluate the powers of the Operational-Technical Agency operating under the State Security Service of Georgia and the mechanisms supervising/controlling it and to identify shortcomings and problematic issues. The study also aims to develop specific recommendations based on international practices and to facilitate their further implementation.
Study on the Mandate of the Operational-Technical Agency in Conducting Covert Investigative Activities - Risks and Challenges
The court terminated proceedings against 6 persons and applied only verbal reprimands against 2 persons.