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‘Get your vaccines!’: Vaccination numbers drop in Georgia

Over the past week vaccination rates in Georgia have dropped by one-third.

‘Get your vaccines!’: Vaccination numbers drop in Georgia

Over the past week vaccination rates in Georgia have dropped by one-third.

Analysis | Brokered by Charles Michel, broken by Georgian Dream

The rise of illiberalism in Georgia is turning heads in Brussels and yet still, the country is pushing ambitious foreign policy goals with the EU. 

Analysis | Brokered by Charles Michel, broken by Georgian Dream

By Dato Parulava

The rise of illiberalism in Georgia is turning heads in Brussels and yet still, the country is pushing ambitious foreign policy goals with the EU. 

Who’s who in the Tbilisi Mayoral election

Georgian Dream’s Kakha Kaladze is running for reelection against some of the most prominent opposition leaders in the country.  

Who’s who in the Tbilisi Mayoral election

Georgian Dream’s Kakha Kaladze is running for reelection against some of the most prominent opposition leaders in the country.  

Georgian government rejects EU aid 

Critics have accused Georgian Dream of jeopardising the country’s pro-western foreign policy.

Georgian government rejects EU aid 

Critics have accused Georgian Dream of jeopardising the country’s pro-western foreign policy.

Datablog | Georgia has a vaccine inequality problem

While COVID-19 vaccination is gaining pace in Georgia, data shows that access differs between different groups.

Datablog | Georgia has a vaccine inequality problem

By David Sichinava

While COVID-19 vaccination is gaining pace in Georgia, data shows that access differs between different groups.

Georgian-Belarusian security cooperation deal worries political emigres in Georgia

Critics fear that the treaty could help Minsk target political dissidents currently residing in Georgia.

Georgian-Belarusian security cooperation deal worries political emigres in Georgia

By Shota Kincha

Critics fear that the treaty could help Minsk target political dissidents currently residing in Georgia.

Tbilisi sanitation strike organiser allegedly blackmailed with intimate images

Irakli Baghdavadze, who was a key organiser of the three-day sanitation worker strike has been on hunger strike since being fired on 23 August.

Tbilisi sanitation strike organiser allegedly blackmailed with intimate images

Irakli Baghdavadze, who was a key organiser of the three-day sanitation worker strike has been on hunger strike since being fired on 23 August.

Georgian Dream dismiss Public Defender as ‘political activist’ for suggesting election delay over pandemic

Georgia’s ruling Georgian Dream party has rejected delaying the date of municipal elections and with some criticising the country’s Public Defender as a ‘political activist’, for making such a suggestion. 

Georgian Dream dismiss Public Defender as ‘political activist’ for suggesting election delay over pandemic

Georgia’s ruling Georgian Dream party has rejected delaying the date of municipal elections and with some criticising the country’s Public Defender as a ‘political activist’, for making such a suggestion. 

Datablog | Georgian views on increased diversity in parliament

Most Georgians agree that more women in parliament would be a good thing though far fewer think the same of more ethnic minorities.

Datablog | Georgian views on increased diversity in parliament

By Dustin Gilbreath

Most Georgians agree that more women in parliament would be a good thing though far fewer think the same of more ethnic minorities.

Georgia’s first-ever olympic gold medalist charged with premeditated murder

Judo star Zurab Zviadauri has been charged with premeditated murder after an altrecation that left three, including his brother, dead.

Georgia’s first-ever olympic gold medalist charged with premeditated murder

Judo star Zurab Zviadauri has been charged with premeditated murder after an altrecation that left three, including his brother, dead.

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