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#Georgia–EU relations

Georgian Dream renounces affiliation with centre-left EU parliament group

The move came after the group criticised Georgia’s prime minister for joining a right-wing conference in Hungary. 

Georgian Dream renounces affiliation with centre-left EU parliament group

The move came after the group criticised Georgia’s prime minister for joining a right-wing conference in Hungary. 

Queer ‘propaganda’ bill to be submitted to Georgian parliament

Details of the legislation have yet to be made public; but the move echoes a Russian queer propaganda law passed in 2013.

Queer ‘propaganda’ bill to be submitted to Georgian parliament

Details of the legislation have yet to be made public; but the move echoes a Russian queer propaganda law passed in 2013.

Georgian PM to speak at conservative conference in Hungary

The organisers of the CPAC conference in Budapest praised Irakli Gharibashvili for his stance against queer rights.

Georgian PM to speak at conservative conference in Hungary

The organisers of the CPAC conference in Budapest praised Irakli Gharibashvili for his stance against queer rights.

Georgian PM lashes out at ‘anarchists’, Ukraine, and EU following foreign agent U-turn

The Prime Minister defended the foreign agent law that was withdrawn last week after two days of huge protests.

Georgian PM lashes out at ‘anarchists’, Ukraine, and EU following foreign agent U-turn

The Prime Minister defended the foreign agent law that was withdrawn last week after two days of huge protests.

Second night of violence in Tbilisi as pressure mounts on Georgian government

Protesters in Georgia have surrounded the Georgian Parliament in an attempt to block the passage of a draft foreign agent law.

Second night of violence in Tbilisi as pressure mounts on Georgian government

Protesters in Georgia have surrounded the Georgian Parliament in an attempt to block the passage of a draft foreign agent law.

Georgian foreign agent bill passes first reading as police use tear gas on protests

The bills have been widely condemned in Georgia and abroad as representing a threat to Georgia’s democracy.

Georgian foreign agent bill passes first reading as police use tear gas on protests

The bills have been widely condemned in Georgia and abroad as representing a threat to Georgia’s democracy.

Georgian Dream hits out at ‘spies’ and Western-funded ‘extremism’

The ruling party's chair Irakli Kobakhidze has criticised the West for supporting local non-profit groups.

Georgian Dream hits out at ‘spies’ and Western-funded ‘extremism’

The ruling party's chair Irakli Kobakhidze has criticised the West for supporting local non-profit groups.

‘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.

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