Tbilisi. Human Rights Education and Monitoring Center (EMC) publishes an evaluation of a lawmaking activity of the Parliament of the 9th convocation in the field of justice.
“The parliament of the 9th convocation completed its work so that fundamental challenges in the field of justice remained mostly unresolved. In particular, the legislative body failed to: eradicate a clan management practice from the judiciary system over the past four years; create a legislative framework, which would ensure political neutrality of both police and prosecution; substantially change criminal justice policies, furthermore, punishment oriented drug policy has been retained. Besides, the security service, furnished with uncontrolled and excess power, remained as a problem”, - is stated in the evaluation of the organization.