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‘These are not reforms!’: Georgia’s proposed anti-corruption agency comes under fire

A proposed ‘independent’ anti-corruption bureau has been accused of being overseen by the ruling party.

‘These are not reforms!’: Georgia’s proposed anti-corruption agency comes under fire

A proposed ‘independent’ anti-corruption bureau has been accused of being overseen by the ruling party.

Georgian Dream's ‘anti-oligarchy law’ set to bypass Ivanishvili and target his rivals

Georgian Dream’s law to curb the political influence of the rich has found few supporters as it is expected not to threaten the party’s founder, Bidzina Ivanishvili.

Georgian Dream's ‘anti-oligarchy law’ set to bypass Ivanishvili and target his rivals

Georgian Dream’s law to curb the political influence of the rich has found few supporters as it is expected not to threaten the party’s founder, Bidzina Ivanishvili.

Georgian Parliament overrides presidential veto on controversial surveillance law

The package of surveillance laws will give Georgia’s investigative agencies broader powers and fewer constraints.

Georgian Parliament overrides presidential veto on controversial surveillance law

The package of surveillance laws will give Georgia’s investigative agencies broader powers and fewer constraints.

Irakli Kobakhidze: The face of Georgia’s turn from the West

Since Russia invaded Ukraine, the head of Georgia’s ruling party has had a lot to say about the West, while barely criticising Russia.

Irakli Kobakhidze: The face of Georgia’s turn from the West

By Shota Kincha

Since Russia invaded Ukraine, the head of Georgia’s ruling party has had a lot to say about the West, while barely criticising Russia.

US State Department condemns Georgia’s ‘personal attacks’ on their ambassador

US State Department spokesperson Ned Price opened his daily briefing by criticising the ruling Georgian Party for undermining Georgia’s pro-European path.

US State Department condemns Georgia’s ‘personal attacks’ on their ambassador

US State Department spokesperson Ned Price opened his daily briefing by criticising the ruling Georgian Party for undermining Georgia’s pro-European path.

EU pushes back re-examining Georgia’s candidacy until 2023

Until yesterday, the tentative deadline was understood to be December.

EU pushes back re-examining Georgia’s candidacy until 2023

Until yesterday, the tentative deadline was understood to be December.

Home to Europe deadline passes as protests appear to stall

The group, led by the Shame Movement, had given the government an ultimatum to resign by 3 July.

Home to Europe deadline passes as protests appear to stall

The group, led by the Shame Movement, had given the government an ultimatum to resign by 3 July.

Prominent Georgian Dream MPs ‘leave party’ to float EU conspiracy

The three detailed a far-reaching conspiracy theory implicating Ukraine, the EU, the opposition UNM, and civil society in fomenting revolution.

Prominent Georgian Dream MPs ‘leave party’ to float EU conspiracy

The three detailed a far-reaching conspiracy theory implicating Ukraine, the EU, the opposition UNM, and civil society in fomenting revolution.

Georgian protesters demand government resignation following EU candidacy denial

Protest leaders gave the government until 3 July to step down, vowing to gather again on that date.

Georgian protesters demand government resignation following EU candidacy denial

Protest leaders gave the government until 3 July to step down, vowing to gather again on that date.

EU denies Georgia candidate status

EU member states granted Moldova and Ukraine candidate status while giving Georgia conditions to meet before their application could be reexamined.

EU denies Georgia candidate status

EU member states granted Moldova and Ukraine candidate status while giving Georgia conditions to meet before their application could be reexamined.

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