Summarizing Conclusion of the Public Defender on Fulfillment of his Recommendations by Government Bodies
On March 2, 2015, at the Parliamentary Committee of Human Rights and Civil Integration, the Public Defender presented a summarizing conclusion on fulfillment of recommendations of the Public Defender by government bodies.
The Public Defender considers a part of the recommendations as fulfilled or partially fulfilled though many of them still remain unfulfilled. A fact that some agencies continue to work towards final and comprehensive fulfillment of the recommendations can be assessed as positive.
“Although, in some cases there are objective reasons but there are also recommendations fulfillment of which is urgent and necessary and economizing on resources needed for their realization will result in great problems in the view of human rights protection. These recommendations include a repeatedly voiced independent investigative mechanism; establishment of labour inspection; the right of the Public Defender/members of the Special Preventive Group to make photos in closed-type institutions”, - said Public Defender Ucha Nanuashvili.
On August 1, 2014, the Parliament of Georgia adopted a resolution in which it agreed to recommendations of the Public Defender and charged the Parliamentary Committee of Human Rights and Civil Integration with conduction of monitoring on fulfillment of the recommendations of the Public Defender by various governments bodies.
On February 10-17, 2015, 11 government bodies presented reports on fulfillment of the Public Defender recommendations at the Parliamentary Committee of Human Rights and Civil Integration.