Last updated: Thursday, 23 March 2023
Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary addressed the Council of Europe
On September 5, the Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary addressed the Council of Europe to provide information on the flaws of the competition based on which the Government of Georgia selected judicial candidates for the European Court of Human Rights to substitute for two candidates rejected by Council of Europe.
The Coalition referred the European Council MPs to the Coalition statement published on August 31st according to which the composition and rules that governed the work of the Governmental Commission as well as the the outcome of its work were unjust similarly to previous competitions and did not correspond to the requirements of the Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly Resolution on Nomination of Candidates and Selection of Judges.
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