Shortly after electing Shalva Tadumadze as the Chief Prosecutor, the Ministry has announced a reorganization. The proceedings are strictly classified in the Prosecutor"s Office.
Human Rights Education and Monitoring Center addressed the Prosecutor"s Office twice - on September 12 and October 11 for monitoring. They required detailed information about the reorganization. However, the agency has not yet answered them. EMC says that the Prosecutor"s Office has violated the law.
"We call on the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia to disclose this information and provide access to information about the reorganization processes," said Tamar Gvasalia, a lawyer for the Human Rights and Democracy Program of Human Rights and Monitoring Center.