December 24, 2012

On December 24, 2012 general meeting of the Georgian National Platform was held. 75 member organizations attended the meeting.

In accordance to the platform statute, chairperson of the National Platform and co-coordinators of the NP groups were elected at the general meeting. 
The Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum has issued a report outlining the highlights and outcomes of its recent assembly, held in Stockholm on 29-30 November.
The Georgian National Platform states that the holding of the 1 October 2012 parliamentary election in a peaceful and stable atmosphere is an important step forward for Georgia’s democratic development, one which lays the ground for accelerating the country’s integration with the EU. 
Georgian National Platform of the Eastern Partnership’s Civil Society Forum

18 September 2012

Statement of the Georgian National Platform of the Eastern Partnership’s conference held on 15 September 2012 “Parliamentary elections and Georgia’s EU integration prospects”:
European Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighborhood Policy Štefan Füle and High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Catherine Ashton made a joint statement on September 3, 2012.  

The Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum Georgian National Platform released the Statement on the Media Enviornment in Pre-Election Period in Georgia on August 29, 2012. 

The Statement is supported by more than 60 Non-Governmental organizations.

In May of 2009 EU launched Eastern Partnership together with Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine – with ambitious goals of political association between EU and six partner countries and promotion of farther economic integration. Since it was launched, Easter Partnership has proved its significance and necessity through supporting its partners on their ways to democratic and market economy and support of their reforms.

Working Group 1:
Democracy, Human Rights, Good Governance & Stability 
Brussels, June 6, 2012
Statement on Georgia

The October 2012 Parliamentary Elections are of crucial importance for future of democracy in Georgia. The new parliament shall ensure the country’s transition to parliamentary system and form the new government in line with the amendments to the Constitution of Georgia (October 15, 2010).
European Initiative Foundation – Liberal Academy Tbilisi held presentation of the final report of their research project “Visa Facilitation and Readmission: Perspectives of Visa-Free Travelling” in the Hotel Marriott, Tbilisi on April 27.
Brussels 23.04.2012

Dear all,

Thank you for your letter of 12 March regarding the preparations for the upcoming parliamentary elections in Georgia in October this year. As you are aware the EU is closely monitoring developments in Georgia leading up to the elections. 1 sincerely appreciate your input and reflections in this regard.
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