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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.

Georgian President promises to veto ‘all laws’ that move country in the ‘wrong direction’

She also announced that she has vetoed a controversial surveillance bill; this is the first time used her constitutional veto power.

Georgian President promises to veto ‘all laws’ that move country in the ‘wrong direction’

She also announced that she has vetoed a controversial surveillance bill; this is the first time used her constitutional veto power.

Tens of thousands demonstrate in Tbilisi calling for EU membership

The pro-EU demonstration came after the European Commission recommended on Friday that Georgia be denied EU candidate status. 

Tens of thousands demonstrate in Tbilisi calling for EU membership

The pro-EU demonstration came after the European Commission recommended on Friday that Georgia be denied EU candidate status. 

EU Commission recommends denying Georgia candidate status

The commission said that Ukraine and Moldova should be immediately offered candidacy.

EU Commission recommends denying Georgia candidate status

The commission said that Ukraine and Moldova should be immediately offered candidacy.

Georgian President calls for public rally after slamming government over EU prospects

Salome Zurabishvili criticised the government for ‘messing up’ Georgia’s EU membership candidacy process.

Georgian President calls for public rally after slamming government over EU prospects

Salome Zurabishvili criticised the government for ‘messing up’ Georgia’s EU membership candidacy process.

President Zurabishvili vows to return to Georgia to ‘defend the country’s European future’

The president made the comments in Brussels, where she said the Georgian government had blocked her from visiting European capitals, including Kyiv.

President Zurabishvili vows to return to Georgia to ‘defend the country’s European future’

The president made the comments in Brussels, where she said the Georgian government had blocked her from visiting European capitals, including Kyiv.

Supporters question Georgia’s EU aspirations over Ivanishvili sanctions threat

The European Parliament passed a scathing resolution reprimanding the Georgian authorities and threatening to sanction Bidzina Ivanishvili.

Supporters question Georgia’s EU aspirations over Ivanishvili sanctions threat

The European Parliament passed a scathing resolution reprimanding the Georgian authorities and threatening to sanction Bidzina Ivanishvili.

Datablog | Georgians are split on election quality

Polling from CRRC Georgia suggests a deep partisan divide in Georgia when it comes to views on the quality of elections in the country.

Datablog | Georgians are split on election quality

By Milord Shengelia

Polling from CRRC Georgia suggests a deep partisan divide in Georgia when it comes to views on the quality of elections in the country.

Saakashvili moved to civilian hospital

Saakashvili is currently serving a six-year prison sentence for abuse of power during his rule

Saakashvili moved to civilian hospital

Saakashvili is currently serving a six-year prison sentence for abuse of power during his rule

Datablog | Georgia’s partisan division in support for Ukraine

Supporters of Georgian Dream are less supportive of Georgia joining sanctions or the government being more vocal in supporting the government of Ukraine. 

Datablog | Georgia’s partisan division in support for Ukraine

By Givi Silagadze

Supporters of Georgian Dream are less supportive of Georgia joining sanctions or the government being more vocal in supporting the government of Ukraine. 

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