Parliament begins process of interviewing judicial candidates 
Parliament begins process of interviewing judicial candidates 

The Parliamentary Committee on Legal Issues has begun the process of interviewing of judicial candidates to be appointed at Supreme Court of Georgia.

Deputies today will listen to the first candidate Tamar Alania.

Prior to the start of the hearing, the committee approved the format and procedure for the interviews.

The interview will be held in accordance with the alphabetical order of the names of the candidates. According to the procedure, initially, the candidate will be introduced, then the candidate will present a report, and then the interview process will begin.

20 candidates for posts in the Supreme Court have been presented to the Georgian parliament for approval. The candidates received the highest scores from the majority of the High Council of Justice members.  The list of candidates includes the current judges, the incumbent secretary of the High Council of Justice, former members of the Council, the chairman of the Constitutional Court, the prosecutor general and his deputy.

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