25 July 2002 TBILISI, 24 July (Civil Gergia)–A joint statement of Georgian political parties to oppose the government’s tolerance toward growing crime rates garnered support from national non-governmental organizations (NGOs). On 19 July, an unprecedented meeting of NGOs and political party leaders was convened to discuss this matter. Representatives of civil society presented the political […]

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