• 17/03/2017
    ''Information about politicians in Georgia, committing domestic violence, will be made public''


    Tbilisi. Partnership for Human Rights publishes a blog post, which states that information about restraining or protective orders, issued against political officials due to domestic violence, will be made public.
    ''Society should attain the belief that the responsibility for protecting its rights is taken by a morally balanced official, who him- or herself has not been accused of violence. While, creation of the belief is exactly ensured by access to similar information'' – is stated on the website of the organization.
    Source:phrgeorgia.wordpress.com

 

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