The European Court of Human Rights summarized the results of the last year and prepared a report on the decisions made. Georgia is also included in the document and 6 pages are devoted to Georgia in the document.
According to the document, Georgia should comply with 36 judgments of the European Court. As for the new cases, the 10 suits filed in Strasbourg have been added this year and three of them are related to structural and systemic problems.
The document also notes that the number of closed cases has doubled in comparison with 2016 and reached 13.
The total number of penalties imposed by the court has decreased from 221 thousand euros to 120 thousand euros, and the country has compensated for just 8 cases.