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Georgia
Rome Statute   Georgia signed on 18 July 1998 and ratified on 5 September 2003, becoming the 92nd State Party.
Agreement on Privileges and Immunities Georgia acceded to the APIC on 10 March 2010.
Bilateral Immunity Agreement BIA signed February 10, 2003. The Georgian parliament reportedly ratified the agreement on May 7, 2003.
Implementing Legislation A Working Group (activated by the Ministry of Justice) finished a draft legislative package for ratification and implementation in early April, which was first adopted by the inter-ministerial commission, then submitted to the Parliament. On 14 August 2003, the Assembly passed a legislative package including: 1) bill on cooperation with the ICC; 2) Amendments to the Code of Criminal Procedure; 3) Amendments to the Criminal Code; 4) Amendments to the law on custody; 5) Amendments to the law on executive actions.
Membership Georgia is a member of Like-Minded Country, Council of Europe, Organization for Security and Copperation in Europe (OSCE).
Country Updates
Media Digests
Audio Visual Resources
Authordescending Date and Title
International Crisis Group
17 Feb 2012
South Ossetia: Rise of a new Politics and Foreign Policy
Factsheets
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CICC
Nov 2011
Questions and Answers: PRELIMINARY EXAMINATIONS BY THE PROSECUTOR OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT (Georgian)
NGO Letters, Papers, Reports, and Statements
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National Helsinki Committee
June 2014
Georgia: Five Years of Non-Action: The Failure to Investigate the Crimes of the Russian-Georgian War of August 2008
International Crisis Group
18 Dec 2012
Georgia: Making Cohabitation Work
GYLA
16 Nov 2012
Statement delivered by the Georgian Young Lawyers Association at the 11th session of the ASP
Norwegian Helsinki Committee
Nov 2012
"Waiting for Russian Justice: The ineffective Russian investigation of crimes committed during the August 2008 armed conflict between Russia and Georgia"
Norwegian Helsinki Committee
May 2011
"Unable or unwilling?Georgia’s faulty investigation of crimes committed during and after the Russo-Georgian war of August 2008"
NGO Media Statements
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Human Rights Watch
31 Jan 2013
Georgia: New Government Should Make Rights a Priority
International Crisis Group
18 Dec 2012
Georgia: Making Cohabitation Work
FIDH
28 Sept 2012
Human Rights Situation in Georgia Ahead of Parliamentary Elections
FIDH, GYLA & other NGOs
24 Apr 2012
ICC: A formal investigation must be opened on the 2008 conflict in Georgia