#Eka Beselia

Georgian Supreme Court nominees confirmed despite ‘stink bomb’ in parliament

The controversial vote on Thursday came amidst protest rallies and arrests and journalists forcibly removed from a committee hearing.

Georgian Supreme Court nominees confirmed despite ‘stink bomb’ in parliament

The controversial vote on Thursday came amidst protest rallies and arrests and journalists forcibly removed from a committee hearing.

Georgian MP resigns after questioning ‘morals’ of colleague targeted by sex tape leak

Comments by Vano Zardiashvili towards Eka Beselia were widely condemned as sexist.

Georgian MP resigns after questioning ‘morals’ of colleague targeted by sex tape leak

Comments by Vano Zardiashvili towards Eka Beselia were widely condemned as sexist.

Four Georgian officials allegedly targetted in new sex-tape scandal

MP Eka Beselia, a former influential member of Georgian Dream, said three women and one man from the ruling party were being blackmailed.

Four Georgian officials allegedly targetted in new sex-tape scandal

MP Eka Beselia, a former influential member of Georgian Dream, said three women and one man from the ruling party were being blackmailed.

Opinion | Ivanishvili clings to a frayed political brand while facing a new kind of opposition

The ruling party is still strong but it is also close to losing the basis of its political identity — ‘restoring justice’ in Georgia

Opinion | Ivanishvili clings to a frayed political brand while facing a new kind of opposition

By Shota Kincha

The ruling party is still strong but it is also close to losing the basis of its political identity — ‘restoring justice’ in Georgia

Beselia gives Georgian government one-month ultimatum over sex tape leaks

The former ally of Bidzina Ivanishvili said if the authorities didn’t fully investigate the leaks she would ‘call everything by its name’.

Beselia gives Georgian government one-month ultimatum over sex tape leaks

The former ally of Bidzina Ivanishvili said if the authorities didn’t fully investigate the leaks she would ‘call everything by its name’.

Former Georgian PM Gharibashvili re-enters politics promising a hardline approach to the opposition

Gharibashvili promised to unite the ruling Georgian Dream party and put an end to the government’s ‘soft’ approach to the ‘destructive opposition’.

Former Georgian PM Gharibashvili re-enters politics promising a hardline approach to the opposition

Gharibashvili promised to unite the ruling Georgian Dream party and put an end to the government’s ‘soft’ approach to the ‘destructive opposition’.

European Georgia loses parliamentary minority status as more MPs leave ruling party

European Georgia lost it’s status as its 20 MPs no longer represent half of all opposition MPs.

European Georgia loses parliamentary minority status as more MPs leave ruling party

European Georgia lost it’s status as its 20 MPs no longer represent half of all opposition MPs.

Analysis | Why the ruling party in Georgia is losing its MPs

Last week, the ruling Georgian Dream party lost its constitutional majority in parliament — and the bleeding could continue.

Analysis | Why the ruling party in Georgia is losing its MPs

By Shota Kincha

Last week, the ruling Georgian Dream party lost its constitutional majority in parliament — and the bleeding could continue.

Georgian Dream loses constitutional majority as MPs leave party

Those leaving included Georgian Deam founding member Eka Beselia and Social Democrats deputy chair Beka Natsvlishvili.

Georgian Dream loses constitutional majority as MPs leave party

Those leaving included Georgian Deam founding member Eka Beselia and Social Democrats deputy chair Beka Natsvlishvili.

Georgia identifies suspect in leaked sex tape

Georgia’s Interior Ministry named a man serving a prison sentence for murder in Armenia as being behind the leak.

Georgia identifies suspect in leaked sex tape

Georgia’s Interior Ministry named a man serving a prison sentence for murder in Armenia as being behind the leak.

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