Amnesty International To Release Report on Human Rights Concerns in Georgia
Friday, August 13, 2004 9:45 AM

As part of its ongoing series of reports on "Concerns in Europe and Central Asia, January," Amnesty International has released extracts of its upcoming 2004 version, which details its ongoing human rights concerns in Georgia.

Specifically, it documents incidences of excessive police force, torture and ill-treatment in police custody, implied persecution of religious minorities, and vague mechanisms of accountability. Anyone wishing further information on other Amnesty International concerns in Europe and Central Asia should consult the full document, which is scheduled to be released in full in September 2004. The extract on Georgia is available here.