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2012-05-29
National Examination Center without Maia Miminoshvili?!
Minister of Education of Georgia Dimitry Shashkin fired Maia Miminoshvili, director of the National Examination Center. According to the information from the Ministry’s website, there was principal controversy between the policy of the Ministry of Education and Maia Miminoshvili with regard to reforms. This incompliancy became reason for the dismissal of Maia Miminoshvili though media reports about different political motive too.

2012-05-25
U.S. Department of State 2011 Human Rights Report -GEORGIA
The constitution of Georgia provides for an executive branch that reports to the president, a unicameral parliament, and an independent judiciary.  President Mikheil Saakashvili was reelected in January 2008 in an election that international observers found consistent with most Organization of Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) democratic election commitments.

2012-05-25
Ombudsman Slams CDM's 'Homophobic' Remarks, Proposal
Public Defender, Giorgi Tugushi, said a proposal by lawmakers from Christian-Democratic Movement (CDM) to amend constitution to, as sponsors of the bill say, “protect morality”, was “absolutely inadmissible.”

2012-05-25
Journalists Held Solidarity Demonstration near Ministry of Justice
Journalists participating in the solidarity demonstration near the Ministry of Justice of Georgia requested investigation of intimidation facts [against journalists]. Representatives of Tbilisi based and regional media and nongovernmental organizations participated in the demonstration.

2012-05-07
“This Affects You” Proposed New Draft-Law to the Parliament
 Campaign “This Affects You” member nongovernmental and media organizations are about to launch second stage of the Campaign which aims to introduce amendments to the Election Code and to make the media environment more flexible during the pre-election period. On May 7, the Campaign participants submitted packet of the legislative proposals to the Parliament of Georgia which had been signed by 35 NGOs and media organizations.

2012-05-03
“I Am a Reporter not A Spy!” Human Rights House Tbilisi Celebrated Press Freedom Day
On May 3, Human Rights House Tbilisi and other nongovernmental organizations held performance “I Am a Reporter not a Spy!” in Rustaveli Avenue, Tbilisi to celebrate the World Press Freedom Day.

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