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Georgia: Georgian government should implement ...
13 April 1997

News Service 64/97. AI INDEX: EUR 56/04/97. 14 APRIL 1997. GEORGIA: GEORGIAN GOVERNMENT SHOULD IMPLEMENT ...

Press Release       EUR 56/004/1997

Concerns in Europe July - December 1996
1 March 1997

This bulletin summarizes Amnesty International (AI)'s main concerns in 37 countries in Europe during the last six months of 1996. The five Central Asian ...

Newsletter       EUR 01/001/1997

Georgia: Further brief summary of Amnesty International's ...
1 February 1997

This document summarizes Amnesty International's concerns since October 1996. Such concerns include allegations of ill-treatment, including a death ...

Report       EUR 56/003/1997

Georgia: Time to abolish the death penalty
1 January 1997

On 18 December 1996 President Eduard Shevardnadze announced that a de facto moratorium on executions was being observed. On 11 December ...

Report       EUR 56/001/1997

Georgia: Time to abolish the death penalty
1 January 1997

Report       EUR 56/001/1997

Georgia: Amnesty International urges the Georgian ...
22 November 1996

News Service 223/96. AI INDEX: EUR 56/06/96. 22 NOVEMBER 1996. GEORGIA: AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL URGES ...

Press Release       EUR 56/006/1996

Georgia: Summary of Amnesty International's concerns
30 September 1996

Amnesty International is concerned that some of the guarantees and laws adopted to protect human rights are not being fully implemented or observed ...

Report       EUR 56/004/1996

Georgia: Torture and ill-treatment: Comments on the Initial ...
30 September 1996

This report examines the issues surrounding torture, ill-treatment and the death penalty in Georgia, and presents AI's recommendations. The report does ...

Report       EUR 56/005/1996

Georgia: Torture and ill-treatment: Comments on the Initial ...
30 September 1996

Report       EUR 56/005/1996

Georgia: Summary of Amnesty International's concerns
30 September 1996

Report       EUR 56/004/1996