President appoints new non-judge member to High Council of Justice

Tamar Ghvamichava will take the post in the High Council of Justice for four years. Photo: president’s press office., 24 Jul 2020 - 11:48, Tbilisi,Georgia

Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili has appointed Tamar Ghvamichava, Doctor of Law and an assistant professor at Tbilisi State University, as a non-judge member in the High Council of Justice, an independent body which is responsible for the appointment of judges and a number of judiciary issues in the country.

Zurabishvili said that being in the 15-member council, ‘which plays a crucial role in the unbiased judiciary,’ is a big responsibility. 

I believe that Tamar will contribute much to the council and successful implementation of the undergoing reform in the justice field,” said Zurabishvili.