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Analysis | Trust in institutions continues its steady decline in Georgia

CRRC Georgia examines the declining levels of public trust in Georgia’s institutions.

Analysis | Trust in institutions continues its steady decline in Georgia

By CRRC

CRRC Georgia examines the declining levels of public trust in Georgia’s institutions.

President under fire for refusing to nominate new Georgian Supreme Court head

Critics warned the move could allow a ‘dominant group of judges’ on the High Council of Justice strengthen their grip over the judiciary.

President under fire for refusing to nominate new Georgian Supreme Court head

Critics warned the move could allow a ‘dominant group of judges’ on the High Council of Justice strengthen their grip over the judiciary.

Analysis | From Ivanishvili’s chosen to a ‘united opposition’ candidate — how Georgia’s aspiring presidents stack up

An early look at who has, and who has not declared their candidacy, and what their chances look like.

Analysis | From Ivanishvili’s chosen to a ‘united opposition’ candidate — how Georgia’s aspiring presidents stack up

By Shota Kincha

An early look at who has, and who has not declared their candidacy, and what their chances look like.

Man pardoned for domestic violence arrested for ‘murdering stepdaughter’ in Tbilisi

Vepkhia Bakradze is accused of cutting the throat of his stepdaughter in front of her two children.

Man pardoned for domestic violence arrested for ‘murdering stepdaughter’ in Tbilisi

Vepkhia Bakradze is accused of cutting the throat of his stepdaughter in front of her two children.

President vetoes controversial bill on Georgian Public Broadcaster

President Margvelashvili vetoed the bill which would have allowed more advertising to be aired on the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB).

President vetoes controversial bill on Georgian Public Broadcaster

President Margvelashvili vetoed the bill which would have allowed more advertising to be aired on the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB).

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