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USA revealed Georgians’ attitude to justice2010-07-08 16:42
Results of the survey, conducted by United States Agency for International Development [USAID] among Georgian population, say most part of it has no mistrust for judges - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
3 917 respondents were surveyed in 6 cities, out of them: 900 commoners, who never dealt with judicial system, 867 solicitors, 146 prosecutors, 115 culprits, 244 witnesses, and also visitors of trials, plaintiffs and defendants.
The results: 53.3 per cent trust judges fully; 24.2 per cent - partly.
10.5 per cent don't trust Georgian justice at all. 5.1 per cent claimed their belief in justice is shaking; 7 per cent found difficulty answering.