Minister of Justice of Georgia
Rati Bregadze

Education

2008 - 2011 - Faculty of Law - PhD, Awarded Doctor of Laws: Doctor of Law (Dr.iur), University of Hamburg;

2006-2007 Faculty of Law - Master's Degree, Awarded Master of Laws (LL.M.), University of Hamburg;

2005-2006 Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Private Law, Hamburg (scientific business trip);

2003 University of Saarland Faculty of Law and Economics (study trip);

2000-2005 Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Faculty of Law, Awarded Qualification: Lawyer (equivalent to a Master's degree);

During his studies in Georgia and Germany, he was a scholarship holder of the President, Memed-Abashidze, the German Academic Exchange Service and the Konrad-Adenauer Foundation

Work experience

From 2021.04.01 - Minister of Justice of Georgia;

2019-2021 - Ministry of Defense of Georgia, Deputy Minister;

2017-2019 - Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Director of the Department of Diaspora Relations;

2016 - Office of the State Minister for Diaspora Affairs, Deputy Minister;

2015-2016 - LEPL International Education Center; Deputy Executive Director;

2012-2015 - Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs; Deputy Minister;

2012-2013 - LEPL Children and Youth National Center, Head of the Center;

2011- 2012 - Law firm "Mgaloblishvili, Kipiani, Dzidziguri" (MKD), lawyer, head of the German department

Academic activity

2019 - Caucasus University, full professor;

2015-2016 - Sulkhan Saba Orbeliani Teaching University, Faculty of Law, guest lecturer;

2015 - University of Georgia, Faculty of Law, invited lecturer

Marital status

Wife and three children

Mayor of Tbilisi
Kakha Kaladze
Special Representative of the Prime Minister for Relations with Russia
Zurab Abashidze
European Georgia chairman
Giga Bokeria
Minister of Justice: Reports about the number of prisoners on a hunger strike is disinformation, aimed at misleading the public!
Rati Bregadze: The case "Saakashvili v. Georgia" ended in the Strasbourg court with a complete victory for our state!
Minister of Justice: The website of the Ministry of Justice has been restored - attacking the website of a state institution and shutting it down is a crime
The Minister of Justice announces that Mikheil Saakashvili filed a complaint from the Strasbourg court
Tamar Kordzaia: The fact that MPs are not allowed to visit Mikheil Saakashvili, and the hearing of our complaint is not scheduled for months, shows that Saakashvili and the opposition are victims of political revenge
Rati Bregadze: Judges should be selected in Georgia
Rati Bregadze: Amnesty requires a very complex thinking, it should not be tailored to individuals
Vote of confidence to be held for new government today
Rati Bregadze announced the free replacement of laminated ID cards with ID cards
Candidates for the position of minister are heard in the parliament
Committee discussions on new government and government program to start in Parliament tomorrow - President to visit legislative body on February 6
Rati Bregadze: If Saakashvili wants someone to be housed, we will definitely accommodate him - we will find another prisoner, if someone wants to stay with him, and we will accommodate him, both in the ward and later, in the cell
The Ministry of Justice of Georgia will host the UN World Public Services Forum in 2026
Rati Bregadze: Today, the court published a decision in the Otkhozoria case, according to which the violation of the right to life was established and responsibility was imposed on Russia, which exercises effective control over the occupied territories of Georgia
Extradition agreement between USA and Georgia initialed
Rati Bregadze: Mikheil Saakashvili's statement unequivocally shows that this person has not realized what crime he has committed, moreover, he does not regret it - it is impossible for him to be pardoned
Minister of Justice: It is an insult to the public when the National Movement declares its readiness to work on decreasing the number of prisoners and protecting their rights
Tina Bokuchava: Levan Mgaloblishvili sneaked out of the building when we asked him to test for alcohol - by the way, he was a member of the National Movement in the past, for which I am very sorry
Robin Wagener - With the law on "transparency of foreign influence", there will be no EU membership - No chance for that
Estonian Ambassador to Georgia - If we want EU membership, we should all play by the rules - The Georgian Government on the one hand says that they are moving closer to the EU, but their actions do not prove that