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Name: Law of Georgia on the State Security Service of Georgia No. 3921-RS, adopted on 8 July 2015.
Country: Georgia
Subject(s): Public and civil servants
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2015-07-08
Entry into force:
ISN: GEO-2015-L-104531
Bibliography: legislation on-line legislation on-line Legislative Herald of Georgia , Georgia PDF in Georgian PDF in Georgian (consulted on 2017-06-16)
Abstract/Citation: Chapter I - General Provisions
Chapter II - Composition of the Service; Appointment and Early Termination of Competencies of the Head of the Service
Chapter III - Functions and Competence of the Service
Chapter IV Protection of State Secrets and Ensuring State Security
Chapter V - Coercive Measures
Chapter VI - Procedure of Service
Chapter VII - Legal and Social Protection of Employee
Chapter VIII Financial, Logistical, Informational and Analytical support of the Service
Chapter IX - Control and Supervision over the Activities of the Service
Chapter X - Transitional and Final Provisions

This Law determines basic guiding principles for the activities of the State Security Service of Georgia, its functions and competence, procedures for the performance of services by public servants of the Service, including persons with special military or state rank and their legal and social protection guarantees, the forms of control and overseeing activities of the State Security Service of Georgia and other matters. The State Security Service of Georgia is a system of special-purpose institutions of executive authority subordinate to the Government of Georgia, which ensures state security under its authority. This law stipulates that the Law of Georgia on Public Security Service of 18 February 1998 shall be repealed as of 1 August 2015.

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