Parliament’s Committee on Legal Affairs support 14 of 20 Supreme Court judicial candidates.
The Committee on Legal Affairs supported the following candidates for the Supreme Court judges: Merab Gabinashvili - 7 votes, Miranda Eremadze - 6 votes, Mamuka Vasadze - 7 votes, Maia Vachadze - 7 votes, Tamar Zambakhidze - 8 votes, Shalva Tadumadze - 8 votes, Vladimir Kakabadze - 6 votes, Levan Mikaberidze - 6 votes, Giorgi Mikautadze - 8 votes, Nugzar Skhirtladze - 6 votes, Lali Papiashvili - 7 votes, Nino Kadagidze - 7 votes, Ketevan Tsintsadze - 6 votes, Alexandre Tsuladze - 6 votes.
The committee rejected the following candidates: Tamar Alania - 1 vote, Gocha Jeiranashvili - 1 vote, Lasha Kochiashvili - 1 vote, Zaza Tavadze – 0 vote, Shota Getsadze - 1, Paata Silagadze - 2 votes.
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