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Analysis | As COVID-19 sends political campaigning to Facebook, will polarisation increase?

With Georgia in an election year and traditional face-to-face campaigning out of the question, the importance of Facebook is only likely to grow.

Analysis | As COVID-19 sends political campaigning to Facebook, will polarisation increase?

By CRRC

With Georgia in an election year and traditional face-to-face campaigning out of the question, the importance of Facebook is only likely to grow.

Is there a place for women in local government in Nagorno-Karabakh?

Not a single woman was elected to Stepanakert’s Council of Elders, and the numbers were just as low throughout Nagorno-Karabakh.

Is there a place for women in local government in Nagorno-Karabakh?

By Anahit Danielyan

Not a single woman was elected to Stepanakert’s Council of Elders, and the numbers were just as low throughout Nagorno-Karabakh.

Opinion | Competitive politics is returning to Nagorno-Karabakh

The Velvet Revolution sent shock waves through Nagorno-Karabakh, and the old regime may not recover.

Opinion | Competitive politics is returning to Nagorno-Karabakh

By Tigran Grigoryan

The Velvet Revolution sent shock waves through Nagorno-Karabakh, and the old regime may not recover.

New election rules will feature media regulation, Georgian Dream MP says

The ruling party says they still intend to implement a fully proportional voting system before the next elections.

New election rules will feature media regulation, Georgian Dream MP says

The ruling party says they still intend to implement a fully proportional voting system before the next elections.

Suspicions grow of a Georgian Dream U-turn on proportional elections

Despite offering to change the country’s electoral code in response to protests, no concrete steps have yet been taken by the ruling party.

Suspicions grow of a Georgian Dream U-turn on proportional elections

By Shota Kincha

Despite offering to change the country’s electoral code in response to protests, no concrete steps have yet been taken by the ruling party.

Georgia switches to proportional electoral system bowing to protesters’ demands

Ivanishvili made the announcement after a closed-door meeting with party officials.

Georgia switches to proportional electoral system bowing to protesters’ demands

Ivanishvili made the announcement after a closed-door meeting with party officials.

Abkhazian presidential challenger vows to fight election despite ‘poisoning’

Aslan Bzhaniya’s opposition coalition announced they would conduct their own investigation into his sudden illness.

Abkhazian presidential challenger vows to fight election despite ‘poisoning’

Aslan Bzhaniya’s opposition coalition announced they would conduct their own investigation into his sudden illness.

Analysis | The election environment in minority areas of Georgia is getting worse

Post-election polling suggests that not only are elections most problematic in Georgia’s ethnic minority regions, they are also getting worse.

Analysis | The election environment in minority areas of Georgia is getting worse

By CRRC

Post-election polling suggests that not only are elections most problematic in Georgia’s ethnic minority regions, they are also getting worse.

Georgian Justice Minister: election watchdogs ‘caught lying’ over voter fraud allegations

The three leading transparency groups have refused to name the whistleblower they said informed them of the scheme

Georgian Justice Minister: election watchdogs ‘caught lying’ over voter fraud allegations

The three leading transparency groups have refused to name the whistleblower they said informed them of the scheme

Analysis | The revolution will not be postponed: what does Pashinyan’s resignation really mean?

Pashinyan’s move to force snap elections has left many to wonder — does the former regime have what it takes to strike back?

Analysis | The revolution will not be postponed: what does Pashinyan’s resignation really mean?

By Mikayel Zolyan

Pashinyan’s move to force snap elections has left many to wonder — does the former regime have what it takes to strike back?

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