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#Georgian Parliament

Georgian Dream pushes ahead with invasive new surveillance bill

The ruling party have tabled proposals to expand the powers of law enforcement agencies to indefinitely surveil suspects in criminal cases.

Georgian Dream pushes ahead with invasive new surveillance bill

The ruling party have tabled proposals to expand the powers of law enforcement agencies to indefinitely surveil suspects in criminal cases.

Saakashvili’s UNM end intermittent boycott of parliament

Announcing the decision, the UNM’s Khatia Dekanoidze said the party would focus on securing the release of Mikheil Saakashvili.

Saakashvili’s UNM end intermittent boycott of parliament

Announcing the decision, the UNM’s Khatia Dekanoidze said the party would focus on securing the release of Mikheil Saakashvili.

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.

Georgian authorities clear Parliament protest camp for New Year’s amusement park

Police arrested 10 activists in the early hours of 31 December for trying to prevent municipal sanitary workers from clearing the site.

Georgian authorities clear Parliament protest camp for New Year’s amusement park

Police arrested 10 activists in the early hours of 31 December for trying to prevent municipal sanitary workers from clearing the site.

Georgian Dream MPs block switch to fully proportional electoral system 

Transitioning to a proportional system was a key concession made by the government in the wake of mass protests in the capital in June.

Georgian Dream MPs block switch to fully proportional electoral system 

Transitioning to a proportional system was a key concession made by the government in the wake of mass protests in the capital in June.

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