Members of Parliament got COVID-19 vaccinated publically. 20 MP were inoculated with chinese Sinopharm vaccine at the N. Kipshidze Central University Clinic. This info reported by the administration of the Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Labor, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia.
Minister of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Labor, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia, Ekaterine Tikaradze got familiarized with the process of immunization in Tbilisi Republican Hospital.
Ekaterine Tikaradze extended her gratitude towards MPs for involvement in the process of vaccination and noted that participation of a legislative body and MPs will further intensify the process.
“The process of vaccination has significantly improved in Georgia. The readiness and trust for public side is increasing. Both work-related and business sector involvement are significant, since social and public responsibility of our citizens are manifested through wearing face masks, observing the rule of social distancing, active engagement on vaccination process. The Government decided to serve as a role model for the society. Active involvement of the ministers in the vaccination process has been observed recently; without any doubts, involvement of a legislative body and Members of Parliament is very important”, - stated Ekaterine Tikaradze.
Registration for Chinese Sinopharm vaccine has started in Georgia from April 27.
To book the vaccination please visit: booking.moh.gov.ge or call 15 22.
WHO, Public Health Institutions, and qualified doctors recommend COVID-19 vaccination!
Mediation as a way to resolve disputes without the need to go to court will be in focus of a discussion tomorrow, 31 March 2016, 11:00, Tbilisi Marriott Hotel (13 Rustaveli Ave., Tbilisi).
The discussion will bring together mediators, judges, lawyers, Members of Parliament and international experts to review the achievements and challenges of mediation in Georgia in recent years and agree about potential amendments to the legislation.
Nino Gvenetadze, Chairperson of the Supreme Court of Georgia, will open the conference.
Shombi Sharp, Deputy Head of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Georgia, and Peter Danis, Programme Manager of the Delegation of the European Union to Georgia, will address the participants.
The discussion is organized by the Georgian associations of mediators with assistance from the European Union, United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) under the UN Joint Programme “Enhancing Access to Justice and Development of a Child-Friendly Justice System in Georgia”.
Mediation is an effective way of resolving disputes without the need to go to court. It involves an independent third party – a mediator – who helps both sides come to an agreement. Mediation is a flexible process that can be used to settle disputes in a whole range of situations such as consumer disputes.
The Georgian legislation regulates a court-annexed mediation (Chapter XXI1 of the Civil Procedure Code) leaving private mediation out of the legal framework. The regulations on mediation do not specify the requirements for mediators, ethics standards and mechanisms for the enforcement of decisions.
The associations of mediators are working with the Ministry of Justice of Georgia, Supreme Court of Georgia, Parliament of Georgia and international organizations to amend the legislation and introduce a new law on mediation.