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Georgian Parliament overrides presidential veto on controversial surveillance law

The package of surveillance laws will give Georgia’s investigative agencies broader powers and fewer constraints.

Georgian Parliament overrides presidential veto on controversial surveillance law

The package of surveillance laws will give Georgia’s investigative agencies broader powers and fewer constraints.

Georgian President promises to veto ‘all laws’ that move country in the ‘wrong direction’

She also announced that she has vetoed a controversial surveillance bill; this is the first time used her constitutional veto power.

Georgian President promises to veto ‘all laws’ that move country in the ‘wrong direction’

She also announced that she has vetoed a controversial surveillance bill; this is the first time used her constitutional veto power.

Georgian President holds rally ‘to show unity to Europe’

The rally is the first of three upcoming pro-EU demonstrations in Georgia.

Georgian President holds rally ‘to show unity to Europe’

The rally is the first of three upcoming pro-EU demonstrations in Georgia.

Georgian President calls for public rally after slamming government over EU prospects

Salome Zurabishvili criticised the government for ‘messing up’ Georgia’s EU membership candidacy process.

Georgian President calls for public rally after slamming government over EU prospects

Salome Zurabishvili criticised the government for ‘messing up’ Georgia’s EU membership candidacy process.

President Zurabishvili vows to return to Georgia to ‘defend the country’s European future’

The president made the comments in Brussels, where she said the Georgian government had blocked her from visiting European capitals, including Kyiv.

President Zurabishvili vows to return to Georgia to ‘defend the country’s European future’

The president made the comments in Brussels, where she said the Georgian government had blocked her from visiting European capitals, including Kyiv.

Georgia’s ruling party accuses President of violating constitution

The government has accused Salome Zurabishvili of refusing to sign off on ambassadors they have nominated — a claim Zurabishvili denies.

Georgia’s ruling party accuses President of violating constitution

The government has accused Salome Zurabishvili of refusing to sign off on ambassadors they have nominated — a claim Zurabishvili denies.

Datablog | Georgians want their government to support Ukraine

 The Russian invasion of Ukraine shook Georgia, and new polling from CRRC Georgia reveals the extent of the political fallout so far.

Datablog | Georgians want their government to support Ukraine

By The Caucasus Datablog

 The Russian invasion of Ukraine shook Georgia, and new polling from CRRC Georgia reveals the extent of the political fallout so far.

Georgian Government ‘barred’ president from official visits to European capitals

The President of Georgia harshly criticised both the government and the opposition in her address to parliament.

Georgian Government ‘barred’ president from official visits to European capitals

The President of Georgia harshly criticised both the government and the opposition in her address to parliament.

Georgia greets 2022 with prospects of a ‘murky national accord’

The idea of national rapprochement has been met with scepticism despite most political leaders engaging with the Georgian President’s initiative.

Georgia greets 2022 with prospects of a ‘murky national accord’

By Shota Kincha

The idea of national rapprochement has been met with scepticism despite most political leaders engaging with the Georgian President’s initiative.

Opposition split over EU-brokered deal to end crisis in Georgia

Georgia’s Western allies have grown increasingly impatient with both the Government and opposition over their failure to reach an agreement.

Opposition split over EU-brokered deal to end crisis in Georgia

Georgia’s Western allies have grown increasingly impatient with both the Government and opposition over their failure to reach an agreement.

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