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Coalition communicates with the UN Special rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association

Coalition communicates with the UN Special rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association

2018-05-07 16:57 See more

MIA must abandon the practice of unlawful restriction of human rights

MIA must abandon the practice of unlawful restriction of human rights.

2018-05-05 18:28 See more

GYLA Disapproves Tightening Sanctions on Posters and Banners

GYLA Disapproves Tightening Sanctions on Posters and Banners.

2018-04-17 10:32 See more

The GYLA’s constitutional claims filed with the aim of changing the Code of Administrative Offenses

The GYLA’s constitutional claims filed with the aim of changing the Code of Administrative Offenses

2018-03-15 11:06 See more

The GYLA challenges the article on disorderly conduct in the Constitutional Court

The GYLA has filed another claim in the Constitutional Court with the aim of changing the unconstitutional use of the Code of Administrative Offenses.

2018-03-12 11:16 See more

GYLA submits its written opinions to the Parliament in connection with amendments to be made to the Code of Administrative Offenses

GYLA submits its written opinions to the Parliament in connection with amendments to be made to the Code of Administrative Offenses

2018-03-02 12:54 See more

The legislation on administrative offenses violates fundamental rights

The Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association (GYLA) believes that retaining the legislation on administrative offenses in the current form causes the violation of the fundamental rights of numerous individuals on a daily basis. 

2018-01-18 10:37 See more

GYLA challenges in the Constitutional Court the Article of the Administrative Offenses Code of Georgia that allows the police to arrest a citizen unlawfully and arbitrarily on the grounds of non-compliance

On September 22, 2017 GYLA will address to the Constitutional Court of Georgia on behalf of the Civil Activists, Nata Peradze and Konstantine Guruli and request the recognition of the normative content of Article 173 of the Administrative Offenses Code of Georgia as unconstitutional.

2017-09-22 13:27 See more

The legislation on administrative offences requires systematic revision

The Parliament of Georgia is reviewing a draft law on amendments to the Code of Administrative Offences, which was initiated by the Government of Georgia, in an accelerated manner. Together with other changes, the proposed draft law specifies the periods of administrative detention. In particular, it limits the period of administrative detention in a non-working time to 48 hours. As indicated in the explanatory note, this change was made necessary by practical problems related to the calculation of the detention period.  

2017-06-29 10:48 See more