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#Salome Zurabishvili

Clashes on road to Telavi as police block protesters from Georgian presidential inauguration

Police blocked off the roads to the city for ‘security reasons’ allowing only invited guests through.

Clashes on road to Telavi as police block protesters from Georgian presidential inauguration

Police blocked off the roads to the city for ‘security reasons’ allowing only invited guests through.

Georgian opposition gives government 16 December ‘deadline’

The UNM-led opposition coalition again demanded snap parliamentary elections

Georgian opposition gives government 16 December ‘deadline’

The UNM-led opposition coalition again demanded snap parliamentary elections

Opposition refuses to concede, calls for protests and snap elections

Grigol Vashadze called for protests in Tbilisi and snap parliamentary elections after losing Wednesday’s run-off poll to Salome Zurabishvili.

Opposition refuses to concede, calls for protests and snap elections

Grigol Vashadze called for protests in Tbilisi and snap parliamentary elections after losing Wednesday’s run-off poll to Salome Zurabishvili.

Georgia’s first female president

Salome Zurabishvili has been elected the 5th president of Georgia in 28 November’s presidential runoff, winning 60% of votes according to preliminary results.

Georgia’s first female president

By Dato Parulava

Salome Zurabishvili has been elected the 5th president of Georgia in 28 November’s presidential runoff, winning 60% of votes according to preliminary results.

Analysis | How negative campaigns and party voter contact work in Georgia

CRRC-Georgia examines how effective negative campaign tactics and contact with voters is for political parties in Georgia.

Analysis | How negative campaigns and party voter contact work in Georgia

By CRRC

CRRC-Georgia examines how effective negative campaign tactics and contact with voters is for political parties in Georgia.

Controversy over Georgia’s midweek presidential run-off date

The Election Administration set Wednesday 28 November as the polling date, a move critics said was politicised.

Controversy over Georgia’s midweek presidential run-off date

The Election Administration set Wednesday 28 November as the polling date, a move critics said was politicised.

Zurabishvili and family ‘receive death threats’ from opposition supporters

Threats to the Georgian Dream–endorsed presidential candidate are alleged to have come from ‘former military officers’ ‘connected to’ the UNM.

Zurabishvili and family ‘receive death threats’ from opposition supporters

Threats to the Georgian Dream–endorsed presidential candidate are alleged to have come from ‘former military officers’ ‘connected to’ the UNM.

Georgian Dream MPs warn of ‘civil war’ if Vashadze elected

Georgia’s political scene heats up as the country braces for its first ever presidential run-off election.

Georgian Dream MPs warn of ‘civil war’ if Vashadze elected

Georgia’s political scene heats up as the country braces for its first ever presidential run-off election.

Georgian presidential election to go to second round

With 99% of votes counted, Georgian Dream–endorsed Salome Zurabishvili leads with 39% of votes while the UNM’s Grigol Vashadze is second with 38%.

Georgian presidential election to go to second round

With 99% of votes counted, Georgian Dream–endorsed Salome Zurabishvili leads with 39% of votes while the UNM’s Grigol Vashadze is second with 38%.

State auditor to examine Zurabishvili donations after donor said he would not vote for her

Doctors at two clinics in Tbilisi said hospital administrators used their bank accounts to make donations to the Georgian Dream–backed candidate.

State auditor to examine Zurabishvili donations after donor said he would not vote for her

Doctors at two clinics in Tbilisi said hospital administrators used their bank accounts to make donations to the Georgian Dream–backed candidate.

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