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Georgia’s President to veto ‘anti-European’ amendments to electoral code

The amendments look set to give the ruling party greater control over the makeup of the Central Electoral Commission. 

Georgia’s President to veto ‘anti-European’ amendments to electoral code

The amendments look set to give the ruling party greater control over the makeup of the Central Electoral Commission. 

President Zurabishvili vows to ‘unite’ pro-European groups in Georgia

The president said she would establish a platform uniting pro-European groups in Georgia ahead of the elections in October.

President Zurabishvili vows to ‘unite’ pro-European groups in Georgia

The president said she would establish a platform uniting pro-European groups in Georgia ahead of the elections in October.

‘Russian hackers’ take down websites of Georgian media and president

A hacking group linked to the Russian security services appeared to take responsibility for at least one of the hacks.

‘Russian hackers’ take down websites of Georgian media and president

A hacking group linked to the Russian security services appeared to take responsibility for at least one of the hacks.

Georgian Dream scrambles to apologise to China over president’s comments

President Salome Zurabishvili appeared to suggest the Chinese Premier, Xi Jinping, should face prosecution for the genocide of the Uyghurs.

Georgian Dream scrambles to apologise to China over president’s comments

President Salome Zurabishvili appeared to suggest the Chinese Premier, Xi Jinping, should face prosecution for the genocide of the Uyghurs.

Georgian Dream fails to impeach President Zurabishvili

Georgia’s ruling party has accused the president of violating the constitution by conducting diplomatic trips abroad without the government’s consent.

Georgian Dream fails to impeach President Zurabishvili

Georgia’s ruling party has accused the president of violating the constitution by conducting diplomatic trips abroad without the government’s consent.

Georgian court finds President Zurabishvili guilty of violating constitution

The verdict will allow the ruling party to hold a parliamentary vote to decide whether President Salome Zurabishvili will be impeached.

Georgian court finds President Zurabishvili guilty of violating constitution

The verdict will allow the ruling party to hold a parliamentary vote to decide whether President Salome Zurabishvili will be impeached.

IMF and Georgian opposition warn of repercussions for sanctions non-compliance

Otar Partskhaladze’s Georgian citizenship is en route to being revoked, after the National Bank stated it would not apply international sanctions to Georgian citizens. 

IMF and Georgian opposition warn of repercussions for sanctions non-compliance

Otar Partskhaladze’s Georgian citizenship is en route to being revoked, after the National Bank stated it would not apply international sanctions to Georgian citizens. 

Resignations at Georgian National Bank after Partskhaladze asset freeze revoked

The move came shortly after the ruling party’s chair suggested that the imposition of international sanctions went against Georgia’s constitution.

Resignations at Georgian National Bank after Partskhaladze asset freeze revoked

The move came shortly after the ruling party’s chair suggested that the imposition of international sanctions went against Georgia’s constitution.

Kobakhidze deems Partskhaladze asset-freezing contradicts constitution

Otar Partskhaladze, a scandal-ridden former prosecutor general of Georgia, was sanctioned by the USA last Thursday.

Kobakhidze deems Partskhaladze asset-freezing contradicts constitution

Otar Partskhaladze, a scandal-ridden former prosecutor general of Georgia, was sanctioned by the USA last Thursday.

Datablog | Georgia’s changing priorities at the UN General Assembly

A CRRC analysis found that Georgian Dream’s leaders have mentioned Russia less and spoken more positively than the previous government. 

Datablog | Georgia’s changing priorities at the UN General Assembly

By Givi Silagadze

A CRRC analysis found that Georgian Dream’s leaders have mentioned Russia less and spoken more positively than the previous government.