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Eka Kobesashvili: “Decisions of the Early Conditional Release Commission Contradict the Law”


Lana Giorgidze

Two years are left before the imprisonment term of G.Ch expires. She was placed in the semi-closed prison facility in April 2009 for the illegal purchase-possession and importing of the particularly large amount of narcotic substances. On October 27, 2016, the local council of the Ministry of Corrections gathered to review the cases of the female prisoners but did not satisfy the petition of G.Ch on early conditional release.

Lawyer of Human Rights Center Eka Kobesashvili does not agree with the decision of the Commission; she believes the commission made ungrounded decision. As Kobesashvili said, the Council had to satisfy the petition of G.Ch because she has served at least two third of her imprisonment term.

In accordance to the Prison Code of Georgia, a person can be early conditionally released from imprisonment if she/he has served at least half of the imprisonment term for less grave crime; at least two-third of the imprisonment term for the grave crime; and at least three-fourth of the imprisonment term for the pa
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