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Why the Gori Municipality City Hall purchased advertising monitors in the pre-election period
Gori municipality city hall paid 148 320 GEL to purchase and install two advertising monitors in the city center and in the theater square. Few months later, one of the monitors went out of order. On May 26, the Independence Day of Georgia, the information video-roll about the Independence Day was transmitted with some problems all day long and the citizens protested it. 
Citizens left without the government’s assistance
In Gori, Jaba Romelashvili, 29, tried to burn himself because, as he said, he could not find other solution. After being sacked from the working place, he was left without income and does not know whether he will be able to get the six-month state assistance. Jaba lives together with his mother and his salary was the only income for the family. They could not enjoy the benefits on the communal bills either and finally the family was left without electricity supply. 
Trolls and bots in the Georgian online space and their influence on the elections
The trolls and bots are spread in the Georgian online space as fast as the COVID-19 and harm the societies and the democratic process in the country as successfully as the infection. 
Women – victims of violence
Growing older has one more privilege besides the years-long experience – you personally participate in the change of public opinions. These changes are later reflected in the legislative amendments too. Time also changes the views.
Dispute between the Kareli municipality city hall and Ruisi village residents continue
Regardless the court judgment, Kareli municipality city hall is selling one part of the sport ground in Ruisi village. The Khashuri district court prohibited the city hall to sell the part of the sport ground with its judgment several months ago.
One more patient died as a result of restrictions fixed by the occupation regime
63-years-old Jumber Miladze is one of those deceased patients, who became victims of the restrictions established by the Tskhinvali de-facto government. The man had worsened his health conditions in the past months but the de-facto government of Tskhinvali region did not allow his relatives to take him to the Georgia-controlled territory to take medical treatment there.
Number of COVID-19 infected people reached 23 in the occupied Tskhinvali region
Tskhinvali de-facto government confirmed first 3 cases of the COVID-19 infection in South Ossetia on May 6. The first infected person was 14-years-old student of the military school, who had arrived from the Russian Federation. Because of the current situation, the de-facto government decided to close the border with Russia from May 10 to May 17. The de-facto president of the occupied Tskhinvali region Anatoli Bibilov called on the population to stay calm.
How Kedeli neighborhood is vanishing around the Bodbe Monastery
On April 27, in the morning, he found walnut and fruit trees chopped down in his ancestral plot in Kedeli neighborhood. He demanded the workers, who continued chopping of the fruit-trees, to stop it. The Nun of the Bodbe Monastery, who was supervising the ongoing works, called police and demanded them “take him away from here.” The police warned Tamaz Gorelishvili they would arrest him unless he leaves the territory which belongs to the Patriarchate. The fruit-garden, which belonged to the three generations of the Gorelishvilis family, no longer exists. 
Life in a World of Doubt and Mistrust
Children require special protection and thus cannot be treated as adults. In our country, the Juvenile Justice Code determines the policy and principles which need to apply to children approaching the age of criminal liability. Despite many flaws in the legislation, child-centered justice is certainly a step forward. The advantage of restorative justice is that it allows a juvenile in conflict with the law to realize his or her liability for the act committed and redress the consequences of the crime.
ქალ პატიმართა მოლოდინები
ადამიანის უფლებათა ცენტრს სამართლებრივი ურთიერთობის დიდი გამოცდილება აქვს პენიტენციურ დაწესებულებაში მყოფ მსჯავრდებულებთან და ბრალდებულებთან. ორგანიზაციის იურისტები წლებია  იცავენ პატიმრების უფლებებს სხვადასხვა უწყებაში.  მეც, ამ ორგანიზაციაში მუშაობის 11 წელზე მეტია, ვცდილობ, დავეხმარო მათ და ჩემი წვლილი შევიტანო პატიმრების უფლებრივი მდგომარეობის გაუმჯობესებაში. ამ წლების განმავლობაში მათთან ურთიერთობის დიდი გამოცდილება დავაგროვე.
Do you positively evaluate the system of obligatory accumulative pension?
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They wait for me in Abkhazia
Last time, I visited Abkhazia five years ago. Since then, not a day goes by without thinking about it, without missing the Abkhazian
Another proposal on agreement
Women – victims of violence


Forgotten by government veterans
Every year, fewer and fewer veterans of the World War II meet the Victory Day. The society receives information about them only on
Villages of the Hopeless
What happened to Dream of Justice Revival?


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