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Georgia
Practice Relating to Rule 117. Accounting for Missing Persons
Section A. Search for missing persons
Georgia’s Law on Displaced Persons (1996), as amended to 2010, states:
The Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons from Occupied Territories of Georgia [shall] support IDPs in the enjoyment of their rights at temporary dwelling spaces, together with the executive authorities and local self-government bodies, who:
j) Take part in the activities related to finding the … disappeared as a result of gross human rights violations. 
Georgia, Law on Displaced Persons, 1996, as amended to 2010, Article 5(2)(j).
The Law defines an internally displaced person as:
a citizen of Georgia or a stateless person permanently residing in Georgia, who was forced to leave his place of permanent residency and seek asylum within the territory of Georgia due to a threat to his or his relatives’ life, health and freedom, as a result of an aggression by a foreign state, an internal conflict or massive violations of human rights. 
Georgia, Law on Displaced Persons, 1996, as amended to 2010, Article 1.
Georgia’s Law on Displaced Persons (1996), as amended in 2011, states:
The Ministry supports the IDPs [internally displaced persons] in [the] enjoyment of their rights in … temporary dwelling spaces[,] together with the executive authorities and local self-government bodies, who:
f) Take part in the activities related to finding the dead and their graves and disappeared as a result of … gross human rights violations. 
Georgia, Law on Displaced Persons, 1996, as amended in 2011, Article 5.4.
The Law, as amended in 2011, defines an internally displaced person from the occupied territory as follows:
Internally displaced person from the occupied territory – IDP is a citizen of Georgia or stateless person permanently residing in Georgia, who was forced to leave his place of permanent residency and seek asylum within the territory of Georgia due to the threat to his life, health and freedom or life, health and freedom of his family members, as a result of aggression of a foreign state, internal conflict o[r] mass violation of human rights or [a]s a result of events determined by … paragraph 11 of article 2 of this Law. 
Georgia, Law on Displaced Persons, 1996, as amended in 2011, Article 1(1).
Georgia’s Law on Internally Displaced Persons (2014) states:
The Ministry [of Internally Displaced Persons from Occupied Territories, Accommodation and Refugees of Georgia], within its mandate, together with other state bodies[,] shall support an IDP [internally displaced person] to exercise his/her rights. In particular, they shall
f) be involved in the process of finding graves of the missing people as well as those who disappeared as a result of massive human rights violations. 
Georgia, Law on Internally Displaced Persons, 2014, Article 16(1)(f).
The Law defines an internally displaced person as follows:
A citizen of Georgia or a stateless person with a status residing in Georgia shall be considered as an IDP, if he/she was forced to leave his/her permanent place of residence because of threat to his/her or his/her family members[’] life, health or freedom caused by the occupation of the territory by a foreign state, aggression, armed conflict, mass violence and/or massive human rights violations and/or he/she cannot return to his/her permanent place of residence due to the above mentioned reasons. 
Georgia, Law on Internally Displaced Persons, 2014, Article 6(1).