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Giorgi Mgeladze to Head Georgian Charter of Journalistic Ethics

ournalist Giorgi Mgeladze of the Monitor Studio is going to further chair the Georgian Charter of Journalistic Ethics. Giorgi Mgeladze inherited his position from Zviad Koridze, who has been chairing the Charter for two years.

It’s a grave responsibility to me to bear after Zviad Koridze. I will try to make the activities of the Charter a way more fruitful, help raise citizens’ awareness of it, and to no longer have the Council of Charter limited to examining the disputes among journalists only,” said Giorgi Mgeladze after the meeting. 

At the forth common sitting held on December 22 the journalists signatory to the Charter elected three members of the Council including Giorgi Mgeladze (Monitor Studio), Lasha Zarginava (InterPressNews) and Irakli Absandze having quit TV company TV 9 few weeks ago. Within the Council they replaced Maia Metskhvarishvili, Nino Zuriashvili and Eter Turadze.

Currently the Council members include Davit Mchedlidze, Natia Rokva, Giorgi Mgeladze, Zviad Koridze, Lasha Zarginava, Irakli Absandze, Gela Mtivlishvili, Natia Kuprashvili and Ia Mamaladze.

The members of the Charter also approved the new composition of the Revision Commission to be headed by Nana Biganishvili. The Commission is manned by Lika Basilaia-Shavgulidze and Shorena Glonti.

Prior to the election of the new members of the Council the journalists signatory to the Charter were introduced the annual report by former Chairman Zviad Koridze and ex-Chairwoman of the Revision Commission Ia Bobokhidze.

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