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Life beyond Enguri and Protection of Human Rights

On July 11, the Democracy Research Institute held a discussion – “Life beyond Enguri - Protection of Human Rights in Gali.

12.07.2024
The case of Vitali Karbaia: Another institutional proof of ethnic discrimination in occupied Abkhazia

The Gali de facto district court released a police officer, who was involved in the murder of 44-year-old Vitali Karbaia, a resident of the village of Tsarche, Gali district. 

21.06.2024
The annual report of the State Security Service avoids mentioning Russia as a threat

Today, the Parliament will hear the annual report of the State Security Service at the joint session of three committees.

12.06.2024
DRI: Responsibility for the criminal actions committed by the violent groups rests with the authorities

About an hour after the statement made by Parliament Speaker Shalva Papuashvili, civil activist Zuka Berdzenishvili was assaulted. 

11.06.2024
How was the illegitimate voting process conducted in South Ossetia/Tskhinvali region?

On June 9, 2024, de facto parliamentary elections were held in the occupied South Ossetia/Tskhinvali region. 

11.06.2024
State Security Service irrationally spends budgetary and human resources

The State Security Service has been investigating criminal cases, which by their nature do not fit into its work direction.

10.06.2024
What will South Ossetia's de facto parliament look like in the next five years?

So-called parliamentary elections were held in the occupied Tskhinvali region on June 9, 2024. Seven political unions took part in the illegitimate elections.

10.06.2024
Who is afraid of democracy in Sokhumi and Tbilisi?

On June 6, the Democracy Research Institute held a discussion on the topic: Who is afraid of democracy in Sokhumi and Tbilisi? 

07.06.2024
What is happening in Abkhazia against the backdrop of the current political crisis in Tbilisi?

Abkhazians fear that if Georgia refuses the western course of its development, Abkhazia might be divided by the authorities of Georgia and the occupying Russia.

07.06.2024
Democracy Research Institute assesses situation of those arrested during the protests against the Russian law

The Democracy Research Institute defends the interests of Omar Okribelashvili and Saba Meparishvili, who were detained during the protests against the Russian law.

30.05.2024