Georgia: Are the Police Backsliding?

A drug policy protest in Tbilisi in December 2016. The reform of Georgia’s law-enforcement apparatus was once the pride of the country, but a series of high-profile incidents of alleged police misconduct have highlighted concerns that progress is stalling and public mistrust of the police is growing. (Photo: Giorgi Lomsadze)

The reform of Georgia’s law-enforcement apparatus was once the pride of the country and still serves as a model for the rest of the former Soviet space.

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Giorgi Lomsadze is a freelance journalist and a frequent contributor to EurasiaNet.org's Tamada Tales blog.

Georgia: Are the Police Backsliding?

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