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Georgian Dream nominates just one woman as majoritarian for parliamentary elections

Nino Latsabidze, who will run in the Rustavi-Gardabani District, was the only woman out of 30 candidates.

Georgian Dream nominates just one woman as majoritarian for parliamentary elections

Nino Latsabidze, who will run in the Rustavi-Gardabani District, was the only woman out of 30 candidates.

Georgia transforms electoral system ahead of October parliamentary elections

The changes brokered by Western diplomats in Tbilisi will make the electoral system more proportional.

Georgia transforms electoral system ahead of October parliamentary elections

The changes brokered by Western diplomats in Tbilisi will make the electoral system more proportional.

Protesters mark ‘Gavrilov’s Night’ anniversary in Tbilisi

Opposition and anti-government protesters gathered to mark one year since the violent clashes outside parliament.

Protesters mark ‘Gavrilov’s Night’ anniversary in Tbilisi

Opposition and anti-government protesters gathered to mark one year since the violent clashes outside parliament.

Georgian March to run in October parliamentary elections

Sandro Bregadze, the controversial leader of the anti-queer, anti-immigration group said they would register their party next month.

Georgian March to run in October parliamentary elections

Sandro Bregadze, the controversial leader of the anti-queer, anti-immigration group said they would register their party next month.

Georgian parliament paves the way for swathes of forestland to be handed to Orthodox Church

The law allows the Georgian Orthodox Church to claim hundreds of hectares of state-owned forests around churches and monasteries across the country.

Georgian parliament paves the way for swathes of forestland to be handed to Orthodox Church

The law allows the Georgian Orthodox Church to claim hundreds of hectares of state-owned forests around churches and monasteries across the country.

Dispute over ‘political prisoners’ put Georgia’s electoral reforms in doubt

Most of Georgia’s political opposition has demanded freedom for three opposition figures before approving agreed changes to the electoral system.

Dispute over ‘political prisoners’ put Georgia’s electoral reforms in doubt

Most of Georgia’s political opposition has demanded freedom for three opposition figures before approving agreed changes to the electoral system.

Georgia recalls ambassador to Ukraine after Saakashvili appointment 

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has called the recall of Georgia’s ambassador ‘erroneous’.

Georgia recalls ambassador to Ukraine after Saakashvili appointment 

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has called the recall of Georgia’s ambassador ‘erroneous’.

Facebook takes down ‘disinformation networks’ linked to both Georgia’s ruling party and opposition 

The two networks of fake accounts, pages, and groups supported either the ruling Georgian Dream party or the opposition United National Movement. 

Facebook takes down ‘disinformation networks’ linked to both Georgia’s ruling party and opposition 

The two networks of fake accounts, pages, and groups supported either the ruling Georgian Dream party or the opposition United National Movement. 

Former Georgian Defence Minister Irakli Okruashvili given 5 years for 20 June violence

Opposition groups say the verdict endangers a deal with the ruling Georgian Dream party to reform the electoral system together.

Former Georgian Defence Minister Irakli Okruashvili given 5 years for 20 June violence

Opposition groups say the verdict endangers a deal with the ruling Georgian Dream party to reform the electoral system together.

Georgian PM announces $360 million stimulus over coronavirus pandemic

The measures come as the value of the lari hit an all-time low on Friday at almost ₾3 to the dollar. 

Georgian PM announces $360 million stimulus over coronavirus pandemic

The measures come as the value of the lari hit an all-time low on Friday at almost ₾3 to the dollar. 

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