Tatuli Todua

Moral of a Short Story

By | April 21st, 2013|Categories: Opinion|Tags: |

Tatuli Todua is the parliamentary secretary of Georgian Young Lawyer’s Association. It has been almost three weeks since Adjara senior police official physically abused a driver that had committed a violation. The small story was followed by big developments – local police officer destroyed one of the pieces of evidence proving the truth […]

Drawbacks of a speedy legislative process

By | October 31st, 2011|Categories: Opinion|Tags: |

After the “Rose Revolution” a period of numerous reforms started in Georgia. Mostly, reforms required to amend legislation and thus, to hold parliamentary discussions. Unfortunately, the Parliament of Georgia step-by-step lost a role of a place, where professional discussion should take place on every presented amendment. First reason of that is an ownership of constitutional majority [...]