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#Shame Movement

Georgian activist arrested ‘for shouting anti-government slogans’

An activist from the Shame Movement was fined $600 after being arrested while shouting anti-government slogans from a pavement outside parliament.

Georgian activist arrested ‘for shouting anti-government slogans’

An activist from the Shame Movement was fined $600 after being arrested while shouting anti-government slogans from a pavement outside parliament.

Georgia transforms electoral system ahead of October parliamentary elections

The changes brokered by Western diplomats in Tbilisi will make the electoral system more proportional.

Georgia transforms electoral system ahead of October parliamentary elections

The changes brokered by Western diplomats in Tbilisi will make the electoral system more proportional.

Protesters mark ‘Gavrilov’s Night’ anniversary in Tbilisi

Opposition and anti-government protesters gathered to mark one year since the violent clashes outside parliament.

Protesters mark ‘Gavrilov’s Night’ anniversary in Tbilisi

Opposition and anti-government protesters gathered to mark one year since the violent clashes outside parliament.

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