The Ministry of Justice plans to introduce 20 new legislative reforms before Parliament next year, Georgia’s Minister of Justice Thea Tsulukiani stated when answering lawmakers’ questions on December 28 in the Kutaisi Parliament.
Justice Ministry plans to reveal 20 new reforms next year
By Messenger Staff
Wednesday, December 30
Tsulukiani was among the nineteen Ministers who were automatically suspended from their powers since the resignation of Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili on December 23.
Before re-approval by the legislative body, Tsulukiani and the other ministerial candidates had to answer the lawmakers’ questions and reveal her priorities, views and future intentions.
When speaking about the legislative reforms the Minister focused on following directions:
A new wave of reforms in the Notary Chamber;
The adoption of a new rule for interrogation of witnesses;
A legislative package against violence;
New rules of forming special districts during the elections;
Amendments in the registration rule for political parties;
New laws for land registration;
Jury trial reforms, and;
Amendments in the law for the children living and working in the streets.
Along with her future plans, the Minister also highlighted the positive steps her body has taken in recent years.