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This essay aims at broadening the scope of the debate about the independence of the judiciary in Georgia while contextualizing it in the light of the ongoing transformation of the country. While the logic behind the judicial reform and its achievements to date is outlined, it is argued that protection of the citizen from excessive state interference remains a challenge for the reform process. Positive prospects regarding the possibility of striking a balance between the executive, legislature and judiciary branches, particularly in the aftermath of the upcoming elections, are expressed.

 

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