The Judicial System in Georgia

The Georgian judiciary is still in the process of significant transformation. A number of areas have been changed as a result of intensive reforms. Along with ongoing as well as completed reforms, it is important to analyze the existing situation in the judiciary to assess the scale of reforms and identify directions for future development.

The aim of the presented analysis is to assess the situation created after essential changes had been made to the judiciary. Just before the preparation of this analysis, significant amendments had been introduced to the legislation. Those amendments resulted from a long-term and productive cooperation between the High Council of Justice and nongovernmental sector. The amendments affected a number of important issues such as enhancement of neutrality of the High Council of Justice, transfer of judges, publicity of disciplinary proceedings, etc.

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