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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.

Georgia hit by massive cyber attack

Around 15,000 websites including major broadcasters, the National Bank, the president’s office, and civil society groups were hit.

Georgia hit by massive cyber attack

Around 15,000 websites including major broadcasters, the National Bank, the president’s office, and civil society groups were hit.

Zurabishvili suspends pardons after freeing two murderers

One of them was convicted for killing a police officer and another for murdering a teenager.

Zurabishvili suspends pardons after freeing two murderers

One of them was convicted for killing a police officer and another for murdering a teenager.

Alliance of Patriots rally thousands outside US Embassy in Tbilisi

Protesters were demanding that former US diplomats David J Kramer and Matthew Bryza be made persona non grata in Georgia.

Alliance of Patriots rally thousands outside US Embassy in Tbilisi

Protesters were demanding that former US diplomats David J Kramer and Matthew Bryza be made persona non grata in Georgia.

Georgian president in hot water for pardoning cop killer

Salome Zurabishvili has so far refused to justify her decision over granting controversial clemency.

Georgian president in hot water for pardoning cop killer

Salome Zurabishvili has so far refused to justify her decision over granting controversial clemency.

Opposition and activists rally against Gakharia as Georgia’s next PM

The controversial Georgian Interior Minister is slated to replace Mamuka Bakhtadze as prime minister.

Opposition and activists rally against Gakharia as Georgia’s next PM

The controversial Georgian Interior Minister is slated to replace Mamuka Bakhtadze as prime minister.

Georgian President in disagreement with government over exclusion from security council

A former deputy secretary of the NSC warned that the ‘excessive powers’ it’s new head may wield were a bigger problem.

Georgian President in disagreement with government over exclusion from security council

A former deputy secretary of the NSC warned that the ‘excessive powers’ it’s new head may wield were a bigger problem.

Proposed Georgian defamation law ‘puts freedom of speech at risk’

The new proposed law came after the head of the Georgian Orthodox Church spoke out against the ‘malicious use of free speech’.

Proposed Georgian defamation law ‘puts freedom of speech at risk’

The new proposed law came after the head of the Georgian Orthodox Church spoke out against the ‘malicious use of free speech’.

Georgian Government and Church remain tight-lipped over Ukraine Church independence

Both the government and Georgian Church have faced criticism from some quarters for not supporting their Ukrainian counterparts.

Georgian Government and Church remain tight-lipped over Ukraine Church independence

Both the government and Georgian Church have faced criticism from some quarters for not supporting their Ukrainian counterparts.

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