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Datablog | Trust and political independence in Georgia’s interior ministry

A CRRC survey found that trust in Georgia’s Interior Ministry and the police is closely tied to perception of the ministry’s political independence, or lack thereof. 

Datablog | Trust and political independence in Georgia’s interior ministry

By Tinatin Bandzeladze

A CRRC survey found that trust in Georgia’s Interior Ministry and the police is closely tied to perception of the ministry’s political independence, or lack thereof. 

New Interior Minister candidate says he would have used more force in Pankisi

Both former security service chief Vakhtang Gomelauri and Defence Minister candidate Irakli Gharibashvili made controversial statements to parliament.

New Interior Minister candidate says he would have used more force in Pankisi

Both former security service chief Vakhtang Gomelauri and Defence Minister candidate Irakli Gharibashvili made controversial statements to parliament.

Editorial | Georgia’s show of force in Pankisi was reckless and irresponsible

The government needs to prioritise a more participatory approach to regional development.

Editorial | Georgia’s show of force in Pankisi was reckless and irresponsible

By OC Media

The government needs to prioritise a more participatory approach to regional development.

Detention extended for security official accused of trying to ‘buy’ ministerial post in Daghestan

Magomed Khizriyev is accused of giving a bribe of $2 million to officials in Moscow to secure his appointment as Daghestan’s Interior Minister.

Detention extended for security official accused of trying to ‘buy’ ministerial post in Daghestan

Magomed Khizriyev is accused of giving a bribe of $2 million to officials in Moscow to secure his appointment as Daghestan’s Interior Minister.

Georgian police ‘covered up domestic violence’

Two women have accused police of failing to investigate abusive partners because of connections they have with government bodies.

Georgian police ‘covered up domestic violence’

Two women have accused police of failing to investigate abusive partners because of connections they have with government bodies.