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#2019 Gavrilov’s Night Protests

Amnesty controversy threatens to derail EU-brokered deal in Georgia

Most of the opposition remains against the amnesty for actions during the June 2019 anti-government protests.

Amnesty controversy threatens to derail EU-brokered deal in Georgia

Most of the opposition remains against the amnesty for actions during the June 2019 anti-government protests.

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.

Former Georgian Defence Minister Irakli Okruashvili given 5 years for 20 June violence

Opposition groups say the verdict endangers a deal with the ruling Georgian Dream party to reform the electoral system together.

Former Georgian Defence Minister Irakli Okruashvili given 5 years for 20 June violence

Opposition groups say the verdict endangers a deal with the ruling Georgian Dream party to reform the electoral system together.

Gakharia failed to act but did not give order to use rubber bullets, Public Defender reports

The recent report by Georgia’s public defender calls police actions on 20 June unlawful, and also calls criticises the subsequent investigation as flawed.

Gakharia failed to act but did not give order to use rubber bullets, Public Defender reports

The recent report by Georgia’s public defender calls police actions on 20 June unlawful, and also calls criticises the subsequent investigation as flawed.

Georgian opposition parties boycott parliament

MPs from all opposition parties have begun a boycott of parliament over the government’s U-turn on proportional elections.

Georgian opposition parties boycott parliament

MPs from all opposition parties have begun a boycott of parliament over the government’s U-turn on proportional elections.

Georgian authorities clear Parliament protest camp for New Year’s amusement park

Police arrested 10 activists in the early hours of 31 December for trying to prevent municipal sanitary workers from clearing the site.

Georgian authorities clear Parliament protest camp for New Year’s amusement park

Police arrested 10 activists in the early hours of 31 December for trying to prevent municipal sanitary workers from clearing the site.

‘Anti-UNM’ tents set up outside Georgian parliament

Anti-opposition activists were embroiled in a fistfight with anti-government protesters after setting up the tents.

‘Anti-UNM’ tents set up outside Georgian parliament

Anti-opposition activists were embroiled in a fistfight with anti-government protesters after setting up the tents.

Tbilisi protests again dispersed by water cannon as Georgian Dream mulls switch to fully majoritarian system

Riot police deployed the water cannon against protesters outside of Parliament in sub-zero temperatures. 

Tbilisi protests again dispersed by water cannon as Georgian Dream mulls switch to fully majoritarian system

Riot police deployed the water cannon against protesters outside of Parliament in sub-zero temperatures. 

10 Georgian anti-government protesters jailed

Two of the protesters were released, with one being fined ₾1000.

10 Georgian anti-government protesters jailed

Two of the protesters were released, with one being fined ₾1000.

Protests outside Tbilisi prison in support of ‘Gavrilov’s prisoners’ 

Protesters gathered outside Gldani prison to support 16 people arrested in the wake of 20 June clashes in Tbilisi.

Protests outside Tbilisi prison in support of ‘Gavrilov’s prisoners’ 

Protesters gathered outside Gldani prison to support 16 people arrested in the wake of 20 June clashes in Tbilisi.

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