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  1. Georgia - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Early and Preschool Education No. 5366-IIS, adopted on 8 June 2016. - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-06-08 | Date of entry into force: 2016-06-24 | GEO-2016-L-104529

    Chapter I - General Provisions
    Chapter II - Powers and/or Obligations of State Authorities and Municipalities in the Field of Early and Preschool Education
    Chapter III - The Foundation and Authorisation of Institutions
    Chapter IV - Institutions
    Chapter V - Provision of Early and Preschool Education Services, Including the School Preparation Programmes
    Chapter VI - Monitoring, Assessment and Reporting at Institutions
    Chapter VII - Financing of Early and Preschool Education System
    Chapter VIII - Transitional and Final provisions

    This Law governs the legal grounds for ensuring universal accessibility to, and the development and quality assurance of, early and preschool education in Georgia, and the organisational structure of early and preschool education institutions, and defines the rules for their foundation, operation and accountability, as well as the binding nature of their authorisation. This Law also defines the powers, obligations, functions and responsibilities of state bodies, municipalities and other legal and/or natural persons related to early and preschool education, as well as the principles for the financing thereof.

  2. Georgia - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Public Service No. 4346-IS, adopted on 27 October 2015. - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-10-27 | Date of entry into force: 2015-11-11 | GEO-2015-L-104530

    Chapter I - General Provisions
    Chapter II - Public Service Principles
    Chapter III - Centralised Public Service Management System
    Chapter IV - Classification of Officers' Positions
    Chapter V - Appointment of Officers
    Chapter VI - Managing the Career of Officers
    Chapter VII - Rights, Guarantees and Obligations of Officers
    Chapter VIII - Agreements under Public Law in Public Service
    Chapter IX - Employment Agreements in Public Service
    Chapter X - Disciplinary Liability
    Chapter XI - Reorganisation, liquidation or merger of a public institution with another public institution
    Chapter XII - Dismissal of Officers
    Chapter XIII - Protection of Rights
    Chapter XIV - Organisational Support
    Chapter XV - Transitional Provisions
    Chapter XVI - Final Provisions

    This Law aims to establish a legal basis for the formation and functioning of a stable, unified public service in Georgia based on career promotion, merit, integrity, political neutrality, impartiality and accountability. The Law determines the status of a public servant, the conditions for the recruitment of qualified public officers and performance of service by them and matters of public service administration. It also regulates official legal relations between public servants in state bodies, in bodies of the autonomous republics of Abkhazia and Adjara and municipalities and in legal entities under public law, unless otherwise provided for by this Law. This law stipulates that the Law of Georgia on Public Service of 31 October 1997 and the subordinate acts adopted/issued on its basis shall be repealed from 1 January 2017.

  3. Georgia - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on the State Security Service of Georgia No. 3921-RS, adopted on 8 July 2015. - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-07-08 | Date of entry into force: 2015-07-15 | GEO-2015-L-104531

    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.

  4. Georgia - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Special Penitentiary Service No. 3524-IIS, adopted on 1 May 2015 - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-05-01 | Date of entry into force: 2015-07-01 | GEO-2015-L-104535

    Chapter I - General Provisions
    Chapter II - Objectives of the Service
    Chapter III - Organisation, Management and Control of the Service
    Chapter IV - Procedures for Recruitment and Service
    Chapter V - Special State Ranks
    Chapter VI - Rights and Obligations of Employees and Conditions of the Service
    Chapter VII - Suspension and Termination of Official Relationship with Employees, and Dismissal/Discharge from the Service
    Chapter VIII - Reappointment of an Employee to the Service
    Chapter IX - Legal, Safety and Social Protection Guarantees for Employees
    Chapter X - Transitional and Final Provisions.

    This law defines the organisation and procedural rules and powers of the Special Penitentiary Service of the Ministry of Corrections and Legal Assistance of Georgia within the scope of its powers of enforcement of detention and imprisonment, its rules of recruitment, the status of its employees and the system of their continuing professional education, and legal guarantees and guarantees for security and social protection.

  5. Georgia - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law No. 2509 of 28 December 2009 to amend the Law on Public Service. (საჯარო სამსახურის შესახებ საქართველოს კანონში ცვლილებისა და დამატების შეტანის თაობაზე) - Council of Europe home page

    Adoption: 2009-12-28 | Date of entry into force: 2010-04-01 | GEO-2009-L-85498

    Amends para 2 of article 88 and supplements sub-para "f1" to article 89 of the previous law which reads as follows:
    Para 2 of article 88:
    "2. When employment relations have been suspended, the public servant receives the salary, bonuses or other kind of compensation according to the rules prescribed by legislation, except in the cases of military service, described in sub-section "f" of Article 89, or in the cases when a victim of domestic violence has been placed in a shelter or crisis center, as described in sub-paragraph f1 of Article 89."
    sub-paragraph "f1" to Article 89:
    "f1) When a victim of domestic violence has been placed in a shelter or crisis center and cannot perform his/her job for a period not exceeding 30 calendar days per year. Herewith, the responsibility of informing the employer of the victim rests with the service provider organization."

  6. Georgia - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law No. of 982 of 17 October 1997 on Conflict of Interest and Corruption in Public Service. - Legislation On-line in Georgian

    Adoption: 1997-10-17 | GEO-1997-L-90396

    Chapter I: General Provisions
    Chapter II: Limitation of Scope
    Chapter III: Incompatibility of Office
    Chapter IV: Publication of Statement of Economic Interests
    Chapter V: Liability for Corruption Offenses
    Chapter VI: Transitional Provisions
    Chapter VII: Final Provisions


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