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2013-06-27
President Vetoed Amendments Draft Bill to the Law on Broadcasting
President Saakashvili has vetoed draft amendments, approved by third parliamentary hearing, to be made to the Georgian Law on Broadcasting, President’s official website reports.
2013-06-21
Appeal of the Charter of Journalistic Ethics to Interior Ministry’s PR Service
The Georgian Charter of Journalistic Ethics Appeals the PR Service of the Ministry of the Interior “to be more careful and moderate at the relationship with both the media and non-governmental sector.”
2013-06-07
Batumelebi Newspaper Sues Ministry of Internal Affairs
The Batumelebi newspaper sues the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia- the Netgazeti reports.
2013-06-04
Human Rights House Tbilisi Officially Opened
On June 3 Human Rights House Tbilisi was officially opened. HRHT unifies six local organizations: Article 42 of the Constitution, Human Rights Center, Media Institute, Center for Human Rights and Conflict Studies – Caucasia, Union Sapari and the Georgian Centre for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT).
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