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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?

Pashinyan block wins landslide in Yerevan Council elections

Pashinyan ally Hayk Marutyan is set to become mayor after the My Step bloc’s sweeping victory winning 81% of the vote.

Pashinyan block wins landslide in Yerevan Council elections

Pashinyan ally Hayk Marutyan is set to become mayor after the My Step bloc’s sweeping victory winning 81% of the vote.

Hundreds rally in Ingushetia for return of directly elected head

The protest organised by the Council of Teips of the Ingush People was demanding the return of direct elections for the head of Ingushetia.

Hundreds rally in Ingushetia for return of directly elected head

The protest organised by the Council of Teips of the Ingush People was demanding the return of direct elections for the head of Ingushetia.

Keeping up with the Pashinyans: Armenia’s first month after the revolution

One month after Armenia’s Velvet Revolution brought an end to about two decades of Republican Party rule, Nikol Pashinyan’s government has inspired hope among many, but also has a lot of promises to fulfil.

Keeping up with the Pashinyans: Armenia’s first month after the revolution

By Mikayel Zolyan

One month after Armenia’s Velvet Revolution brought an end to about two decades of Republican Party rule, Nikol Pashinyan’s government has inspired hope among many, but also has a lot of promises to fulfil.

Keeping up with the Pashinyans: Armenia’s first month after the revolution

One month after Armenia’s Velvet Revolution brought an end to about two decades of Republican Party rule, Nikol Pashinyan’s government has inspired hope among many, but also has a lot of promises to fulfil.

Keeping up with the Pashinyans: Armenia’s first month after the revolution

One month after Armenia’s Velvet Revolution brought an end to about two decades of Republican Party rule, Nikol Pashinyan’s government has inspired hope among many, but also has a lot of promises to fulfil.

Azerbaijan’s snap election: an election ‘without the headache’

Azerbaijan is holding snap presidential elections on 11 April; the opposition are either barred from or boycotting the race.

Azerbaijan’s snap election: an election ‘without the headache’

By Kamran Mahmudov

Azerbaijan is holding snap presidential elections on 11 April; the opposition are either barred from or boycotting the race.

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