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#Georgian Dream

Georgian Dream’s anti-media crusade continues

From stealing microphones to boycotts, Georgian officials have doubled down on their anti-journalist offensive. 

Georgian Dream’s anti-media crusade continues

By Shota Kincha

From stealing microphones to boycotts, Georgian officials have doubled down on their anti-journalist offensive. 

Calls mount for Georgian PM’s resignation following journalist’s death

Aleksandre Lashkarava was found dead at home on Sunday morning a week after being attacked during the homophobic riots in Tbilisi.

Calls mount for Georgian PM’s resignation following journalist’s death

Aleksandre Lashkarava was found dead at home on Sunday morning a week after being attacked during the homophobic riots in Tbilisi.

Datablog | The gap between Georgian Dream supporters and everyone else is widening

Support for Georgian Dream appears to be the single most important factor in determining whether someone believes Georgia is ‘heading in the right direction’.

Datablog | The gap between Georgian Dream supporters and everyone else is widening

By Nino Mzhavanadze

Support for Georgian Dream appears to be the single most important factor in determining whether someone believes Georgia is ‘heading in the right direction’.

Amnesty controversy threatens to derail EU-brokered deal in Georgia

Most of the opposition remains against the amnesty for actions during the June 2019 anti-government protests.

Amnesty controversy threatens to derail EU-brokered deal in Georgia

Most of the opposition remains against the amnesty for actions during the June 2019 anti-government protests.

Ex-PM Giorgi Gakharia vows to tackle corruption and nepotism with new party

Just 100 days after resigning as Prime Minister, Georgia’s ‘most popular politician’ launches his own party.

Ex-PM Giorgi Gakharia vows to tackle corruption and nepotism with new party

Just 100 days after resigning as Prime Minister, Georgia’s ‘most popular politician’ launches his own party.

Georgia toughens penalties for administrative offences

Rights watchdogs warn that the amendments could have a chilling effect on freedom of speech and the right to peaceful assembly. 

Georgia toughens penalties for administrative offences

Rights watchdogs warn that the amendments could have a chilling effect on freedom of speech and the right to peaceful assembly. 

Datablog | What were the greatest successes of Shevardnadze, the UNM, and Georgian Dream?

Each government of Georgia has had a wide range of successes; but how do the public see these successes from Shevardnadze’s time to the present?

Datablog | What were the greatest successes of Shevardnadze, the UNM, and Georgian Dream?

By Dustin Gilbreath

Each government of Georgia has had a wide range of successes; but how do the public see these successes from Shevardnadze’s time to the present?

Datablog | The greatest failures from Shevardnadze to Georgian Dream

While each Georgian government has had a range of successes, as described in another post published today, they have each had their own spectacular failures. 

Datablog | The greatest failures from Shevardnadze to Georgian Dream

By Dustin Gilbreath

While each Georgian government has had a range of successes, as described in another post published today, they have each had their own spectacular failures. 

Opposition split over EU-brokered deal to end crisis in Georgia

Georgia’s Western allies have grown increasingly impatient with both the Government and opposition over their failure to reach an agreement.

Opposition split over EU-brokered deal to end crisis in Georgia

Georgia’s Western allies have grown increasingly impatient with both the Government and opposition over their failure to reach an agreement.

EU-mediated talks fail for second time in Georgia

Following over six hours of negotiations on Tuesday, EU envoy Christian Danielsson said ‘none of the political parties’ could reach an agreement.

EU-mediated talks fail for second time in Georgia

Following over six hours of negotiations on Tuesday, EU envoy Christian Danielsson said ‘none of the political parties’ could reach an agreement.

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