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Georgian broadcasters told to remove Zurabishvili attack ads

GYLA said the move by Georgia’s National Communications Commission was ‘risky and may even develop into censorship’.

Georgian broadcasters told to remove Zurabishvili attack ads

GYLA said the move by Georgia’s National Communications Commission was ‘risky and may even develop into censorship’.

Backlash against zero-hour contracts at Georgian Public Broadcaster

As employees protested the decision, local rights groups have called for parliament to step in.

Backlash against zero-hour contracts at Georgian Public Broadcaster

As employees protested the decision, local rights groups have called for parliament to step in.

‘Secret meeting’ between Georgian broadcaster, TV regulator, and ruling party

The heads of the Georgian Public Broadcaster, state telecoms regulator, and PR for Georgian Dream ‘conspired to select member of board of trustees’.

‘Secret meeting’ between Georgian broadcaster, TV regulator, and ruling party

The heads of the Georgian Public Broadcaster, state telecoms regulator, and PR for Georgian Dream ‘conspired to select member of board of trustees’.

Parliament overrides president’s veto on controversial GPB law

Parliament voted on 21 February to adopt the original draft 83 votes to 13, rejecting the president’s proposed changes.

Parliament overrides president’s veto on controversial GPB law

Parliament voted on 21 February to adopt the original draft 83 votes to 13, rejecting the president’s proposed changes.

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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