Public Discussion: Amnesty for the June 20 Crimes - A Dilemma of Justice for a Non-Existing Transition?

On June 25, 2021, Gnomon Wise, an independent research institute at the University of Georgia, hosted a public discussion: Amnesty for June 20 Crimes - A Dilemma of Justice for a Non-Existent Transition?

Participants of the discussion were: David Zedelashvili (moderator) - Gnomon Wise Researcher; Gia Nodia - Political Scientist, Professor at Ilia State University; Ana Natsvlishvili - Member of Parliament of Georgia, political union "Lelo"; Giorgi Burjanadze - Deputy Public Defender of Georgia; Giorgi Chitidze - Human Rights Program Manager of the Open Society Foundation and Giorgi Noniashvili - Civil Activist, Governance Monitoring Center.

The speakers of the discussion discussed the broader context of the June 20, 2019 crime amnesty and its moral, political and legal dimensions.