Georgian Justice Minister Rati Bregadze reported to the Parliament on Friday in the Minister’s Hour format.
The Minister presented an annual report and elaborated on various projects the ministry implemented in 2023.
“International projects of the Ministry of Justice demonstrate how today’s state is integrated with international strategic partners,” Rati Bragadze stated.
Here are the main takeaways:
The National Archive underwent reconstruction, while regional buildings will be erected in Gori, Khashuri, and Dusheti.
Studio Justice, an online TV project, will be launched soon for individuals interested in legal issues. Innovative youth club YOUTHTITIA will start functioning at the Justice Ministry for the qualification upgrade of junior attorneys.
Georgian Justice Training Center became chairman of the European Penitentiary Training Academies Network (EPTA) and will host the EPTA Conference in 2024.
Georgia had 12 Justice Houses across the country in 2012. By the end of 2024, their number will increase to 131. A hologram museum, having no equivalent elsewhere, will be opened at Tbilisi Justice House.
The Penitentiary Code was drafted with the active involvement of the society.
Public Service Development Agency successfully underwent the European Commission’s accredited company audit, which means Georgia’s electronic signature complies with EU regulations.