One of the key issues in the recommendations issued by the European Commission for granting the status of a candidate country for EU membership to Georgia is related to judicial reform.
According to the assessment of the DRI, the Georgian Dream plan regarding the implementation of the 7th recommendation of the European Commission, which obliges the State to guarantee an independent media environment, did not comply with the requirements of the European Commission.
DRI continues to inform the public about the implementation of the European Commission's 12-point plan, and this time, it evaluates the implementation of the European Commission's recommendation regarding organized crime and oversight of law enforcement agencies.
DRI is evaluating whether the 12-point plan presented by the ruling political power is being implemented.
DRI submitted opinions to the Legal Issues Committee of the Parliament of Georgia, parliamentary factions and political groups relating to the legislative amendments drafted by the ruling party in relation to the anti-corruption agency.
The Democracy Research Institute addressed the Chairman of the Defense and Security Committee of the Parliament of Georgia with recommendations to strengthen the parliamentary supervision over the security sector.