A Memorandum of Cooperation has been signed between the Georgian NGO Young Barristers and the Legal Issues Commission in Tbilisi City Assembly on December 10, 2015.
The recommendations and evaluations reports, prepared by the European Union with regard to the Georgian integration and fulfilment of the obligations under the Association Agreement by the county, were discussed during the meeting.
The representatives of the Real Estate Agency, Civic organizations and interested people attended the Presentation.
Different NGOs from the Eastern Partnership countries – Georgia, Armenia, Moldova, Belarus, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, funded within the frameworks of the EaP Minority Network Project
It was created in order to promote the transparency, publicity and public engagement, in the process of the implementation of the reforms in the Penitential System.
“Young Barristers” responds to the decision, made by the Constitutional Court of Georgia on November 13, 2015.
The first meeting was held with the Caucasus University.
Arhil Kaiakatsishvili, the Head of the Georgian NGO Young Barristers, talks about country’s civil sector meeting with the President of Georgia on October 29, 2015.
President was surprised to hear about the case and said that he was not aware of such information.
A document of November 4 2006, according to which Ramaz Akhvlediani was giving up his legal property as well as his business “voluntarily” in favor of the State, will be represented during the briefing.