Analysis of the Law of Georgia “On Occupied Territories” And Recommendations

The report reviews gaps and obstacles in the Law on Occupied Territories in terms of human rights protection, such as, arrival in the occupied territories, economic activity, documents issued by the de facto authorities and human rights protection. The Public Defender believes that Georgian policy towards the rule of entering the occupied territories and economic activities on these territories should be more flexible. Additionally, the Government should develop an effective mechanism in order to enable population of the occupied regions to easily get Georgian national identity cards and valid documents.

See the electronic version of the report (from page 21)

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