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#Mikheil Saakashvili

Saakashvili insists ‘Georgia did not have a criminal for a president’ in court appearance

For the first time in Georgia’s history, a former head of state has appeared in court to face trial over power abuse charges

Saakashvili insists ‘Georgia did not have a criminal for a president’ in court appearance

For the first time in Georgia’s history, a former head of state has appeared in court to face trial over power abuse charges

Saakashvili agrees to end hunger strike upon transfer to military hospital

The move follows growing pressure from domestic and international critics over reports of Saakashvili’s declining health.

Saakashvili agrees to end hunger strike upon transfer to military hospital

The move follows growing pressure from domestic and international critics over reports of Saakashvili’s declining health.

Mikheil Saakashvili’s trial kicks off amidst protests in Tbilisi

The former Georgian President was not allowed in court to face trial. 

Mikheil Saakashvili’s trial kicks off amidst protests in Tbilisi

The former Georgian President was not allowed in court to face trial. 

UNM announces ‘permanent protests’ after Tbilisi demonstration

Thousands gathered on Monday demanding that Mikheil Saakashvili be freed and the results of the recent elections be overturned.

UNM announces ‘permanent protests’ after Tbilisi demonstration

Thousands gathered on Monday demanding that Mikheil Saakashvili be freed and the results of the recent elections be overturned.

Saakashvili transferred to Gldani Prison

The reports emerged hours before a planned demonstration organised by Saakashvili’s United National Movement party in downtown Tbilisi.

Saakashvili transferred to Gldani Prison

The reports emerged hours before a planned demonstration organised by Saakashvili’s United National Movement party in downtown Tbilisi.

UNM gives Monday ultimatum for Saakashvili’s transfer to hospital

The authorities have insisted that the penitentiary service’s facilities are adequate to provide treatment to the former president.

UNM gives Monday ultimatum for Saakashvili’s transfer to hospital

The authorities have insisted that the penitentiary service’s facilities are adequate to provide treatment to the former president.

Georgian PM claims UNM planned to kill opposition leaders in election ‘provocation’

Gharibashvili also claimed, without presenting evidence, that the killings would precipitate takeovers of government buildings by the opposition.

Georgian PM claims UNM planned to kill opposition leaders in election ‘provocation’

Gharibashvili also claimed, without presenting evidence, that the killings would precipitate takeovers of government buildings by the opposition.

Prosecutors: Saakashvili ‘sneaked into Georgia in milk trailer’

Prosecutors say the former Georgian President illegally entered the country on the night of 28–29 September in the cargo and passenger ship Vilnius. 

Prosecutors: Saakashvili ‘sneaked into Georgia in milk trailer’

Prosecutors say the former Georgian President illegally entered the country on the night of 28–29 September in the cargo and passenger ship Vilnius. 

Thousands rally in Tbilisi demanding freedom for Saakashvili 

The protest was organised by Georgia’s largest opposition party, Saakashvili’s United National Movement.

Thousands rally in Tbilisi demanding freedom for Saakashvili 

The protest was organised by Georgia’s largest opposition party, Saakashvili’s United National Movement.

Patriarch Ilia II urges Saakashvili to end hunger strike

The former Georgian President faces a minimum of six years in prison after being convicted in absentia on several counts of abuse of power.

Patriarch Ilia II urges Saakashvili to end hunger strike

The former Georgian President faces a minimum of six years in prison after being convicted in absentia on several counts of abuse of power.

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