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Appeal for Georgian Girl with Cancer - 06.11.2009
See attached a photograph of Ani. Ani, who has cancer in her face resulting in a large black area over her nose and cheeks. She had the first stage of an operation in a private hospital in London . She needs another Operation. Please be kind to help her raise funds and donate towards: (See bank details attached)
For GBP transfer intermediary Bank, JP Morgan Chase Bank, London , Uk .
Correspondent Bank: Bank of Georgia
Swift: BAGAGE 22
Receivers: ACC 36010112063001
Rceievers: Eter Tsurtsumia

Didi Britanetis Kartuli Satvistomo - satvistomouk@yahoo.co.uk

Hilfe für Dschaba - Help for Dschaba:

2009-03-26-Hilfe für Jaba

Die Kinder von Gori - 24.07.2009, jetzt.de

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GD = Georgian Dream = Regierungspartei des Multimilliardärs Ivanishvili und Nicht-Mitglied der EPP
UNM = United National Movement = größte Oppositionspartei, Ex-Regierungspartei bis 2012 und Mitglied der EPP
Rückblick: 1991 Unabhängigkeit von Sowjetunion; 1991-92 Swiad Gamsachurdia; 1992-2003 Eduard Schewardnadse (1964-72 Innenminister); 22.11.2003 Rosenrevolution; 2003-2012 Regierung M. Saakaschwili; 
seit 2013 Regierung Ivanishvili: jetzt Premierminister Irakli Garibashvili, Präsident Giorgi Margvelashvili
Bidsina IvanischwiliEx-Premierminster, Gründer von Georgian Dream GD, Multimilliardär
Bidzina IvanishviliEx-Prime Minister, Founder of Georgian Dream GD, Billionaire

Neben den Ereignissen um den unabhängigen, regierungskritischen Nachrichtensender Rustavi 2 und der Anklageflut gegen Politiker der Ex-Regierung "arbeitet" die Ivanishvili-Regierung überall am alleinigen Machtanspruch:
Chairman of the Constitutional Court, Giorgi Papuashvili, said that the law enforcement agencies are turning a blind eye on multiple cases of “unlawful conduct” against the Court, which poses threat to its proper functioning.
In a written appeal to President Giorgi Margvelashvili; PM Irakli Garibashvili and Parliament Speaker Davit Usupashvili, Papuashvili complains over failure of the law enforcement agencies to react on protest rallies held outside the Court and private residences of judges during which “intimidating statements and threats” against the Court members were voiced.
Constitutional Court Chair Speaks of ‘Pressure’
Venice Commission President on ‘Undue Pressure’ on Georgian Constitutional Court 
Last month pro-government groups held a series of rallies outside private residences of Constitutional Court chairman in Tbilisi and Batumi, condemning the Constitutional Court’s September 16 decision, which allowed ex-mayor of Tbilisi and UNM opposition party leader to be released from 14-month pre-trial detention. Protesters were calling Papuashvili a “friend” of UNM, some holding posters calling him UNM’s “slave” and accusing the Constitutional Court of taking an “anti-state” decision. Tomatoes and eggs were also thrown at Papuashvili’s home in Batumi.
In his appeal, which was released on October 21, Papuashvili also recalls several other similar rallies held outside the Constitutional Court in Batumi earlier this year and last year during which, Papuashvili said, intimidating and threatening statements were made towards him, his family members, and the Court.
“Such acts endanger the safety of judges of the Constitutional Court and their family members,” Papuashvili says in the letter, adding that such “unlawful activities” have recently become “even more organized, coordinated and permanent.”
Under the Georgian legislation, the holding of a protest outside the residency of a judge is an administrative offense. The Georgian code of administrative offenses says that the “blocking of entrance of a court, holding of manifestation or rally at the home of a judge or in common courts will result in an administrative imprisonment for up to 15 days.” Voicing threats against judges is a criminal offense punishable either with fine or with up to three years in jail, according to the Georgian criminal code.
The appeal also says that “the law enforcement authorities have not informed the Court about the results of their activity nor taken actual measures in this regard, which shows their utmost disrespect towards the Constitutional Court as well as a violation of their duty to act as prescribed by law to respond to the unlawful conducts towards the Court.”
“The indifference of the law enforcement authorities and no reaction from high state bodies towards the unlawful conducts against the Constitutional Court of Georgia makes the impression that the state violates its obligation, prescribed by the law, to secure protection of independence of judges, furthermore it prevents the functioning of the Constitutional Court of Georgia in a safe environment and jeopardizes implementation of constitutional justice in Georgia,” reads the Constitutional Court chairman’s appeal.
NGOs do not trust the process of the promotion of judges going on in the High Council of Justice .
Seven NGOs have issued a statement.
"The process is connected to appointment of judges in forcified manner without competition. The latest developments in the Council raise questions about the goals and motives of the decisions taken by its the members and creates lack of trust to these processes in the society . "- says the statement.
Civil society representatives said that the promotion of judges and appointment procedure should be clearly outlined and only then should enter into force.
A pro-government group in Lanchkhuti, town in Guria region in western Georgia, brought on Wednesday a small welding machine at the local office of opposition UNM party and welded its door shut.
 Local media outlet, Guriis Moambe, reported that the police was at the scene during the incident, but did not intervene and no one was detained.
It also reported that local municipality employees were among the protesters outside the opposition party’s office.
It was the latest in series of incidents that took place against UNM local offices in several towns this week, among them in Kutaisi, Batumi, Gori, Akhaltsikhe, Ozurgeti, Gurjaani, Telavi, Tetritskaro, Poti and Rustavi.
In what appeared to be coordinated rallies in different locations across the country on October 19-20, pro-government groups, among them employees of local self-governance bodies, marched at UNM’s local offices chanting slogans like “get out from Georgia” and leaving outside the offices posters like “Liquidated”.
In some towns, among them in Akhaltsikhe, Gori and others, doors of UNM offices were nailed shut. Minor scuffle was reported in Kutaisi where pro-government activists tried to break into the UNM’s local office and where the police intervened.  
These incidents took place after a graphic video of sexual abuse of two detainees by law enforcement officers that took place in 2011, when UNM was in power, was posted on October 17 on Ukraine-based video sharing website. The video was from the cache unearthed by the current authorities in 2013 in Samegrelo region. 11 people were convicted, some in absentia, in connection to torture of detainees.
The video footage was leaked just after polls, showing sharp decline in support of GD ruling coalition, were released, prompting allegation by government opponents that the authorities leaked the video to distract public attention from unfavorable polls and to give ruling coalition politicians a reason to speak again about those crimes that were committed when UNM was in power.
Pro-government groups organized outdoor screening of the graphic video of sexual abuse of detainees at public places in downtown Tbilisi and Zugdidi on October 18, which was condemned by the Georgian Public Defender, civil society and rights groups. In Zugdidi the event was attended by city mayor Irakli Gogokhia of the GD ruling coalition.
Noting that recent rallies at UNM offices, following the leaking of graphic video, were organized by government-affiliated groups, ten civil society organizations said in their joint statement on October 20 that “it is impossible to provide democratic development of the country through instilling additional aggression, hatred.”
The statement, joined among others by Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association, Transparency International Georgia, and International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy, also says that the political parties should not be guided by “narrow party interests, which aim at short-term effect and serve only the purpose of strengthening own position ahead of elections.”
In a separate statement, another group of civil society organizations, said that public screening of “so-called torture footage, organized with active participation of public servants, and the subsequent onset, within a few hours, of targeted attacks against the UNM, with participation of Georgian Dream activists, prove that this is all part of a unified, premeditated process of the government, which serves to dislodge the main opposition force from the political playing field in the lead-up to the elections.” 
“Such violent acts against opposition parties and their supporters are unquestionably undemocratic and illegal and create the threat of irreparable damage to both Georgia’s internal and external stability,” reads the statement by five civil society organizations, among them Georgian Democracy Initiative (GDI); Georgia’s Reforms Associates (GRASS); Media Development Foundation (MDF).

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