Ivanishvili made the announcement after a closed-door meeting with party officials.
Major Pavel Sterlyagov was convicted of ‘intentionally causing grievous bodily harm’ but cleared of murder for stabbing a man to death.
Despite complaints of few benefits of playing host, human rights defenders say it was beneficial in drawing attention to abuses in the country.
Rustavi’s factories have led to ‘alarming’ levels of air pollution in the city — local activists, backed by the city council, are getting fed up.
Keti Tomeishvili, 48, from Vani, spent 14 years working abroad to support her family, before coming home and starting a successful business.
Tbilisi Pride will only make queer Georgians’ life harder.
Irakli Kobakhidze stepped down after hundreds were injured in Thursday night’s clashes with police.
Dozens were reported injured as a protest over a Russian MP’s appearance in parliament turned violent and police deployed tear gas and rubber bullets.
Protests erupted after the Communist Party MP addressed the Georgian Parliament from the chairman’s seat.
‘I’ll cut your head off and become a hero!’, said one of the messages.