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Georgia’s judicial reform is still stirring the pot, and there is no compromise in the foreseeable future. Yet cooperation with NATO appeared on the country’s foreign policy agenda in March.
The scandal around the judiciary reform dramatically undermined the positions of the ruling party. Meanwhile, the largest bank in the country found itself in the middle of a new high-profile investigation. As for Russia, unambiguous threats are voiced regarding the planned joint Georgia-NATO drills.
The Chair of Parliament’s Legal Affairs Committee Eka Beselia faced large-caliber political weapons aimed at her after announcing the resignation from the post.
The President Salome Zurabishvili has already been inaugurated; however, opposition still rejects the election results.
Salome Zurabishvili was the first candidate to have crossed the finish line of the exhausting electoral marathon. Zurabishvili is the first female president of Georgia and the last president elected by direct vote.
This election is the first time in Georgia’s history that a presidential vote has gone to a second round. Both candidates in the run-off are former ministers of foreign affairs. Both began their diplomatic careers outside the country when they were citizens of other states.
The latest direct election of a president in Georgia eclipsed all other news, in both domestic and foreign policy. Even the economy went into suspended animation waiting for the results, as business decided to play safe.
(Українська) Неожиданно в центре предвыборных баталий в Грузии оказался вопрос легализации марихуаны. Экономика демонстрирует позитивные тренды. А во внешней политике обострилось противостояние с Россией.
Georgia and Ukraine have the most promising European prospects following the Balkans.
Who will become an “independent” candidate supported by the head of the ruling party Ivanishvili?
The first six months of 2018 turned out to be rather difficult for Georgia. The situation in the country was heated to the brink by the series of protests leading to the resignation of the Prime Minister.
In Tbilisi, terrorists fired back at special forces for 20 hours.
Kakha Kaladze with his considerable financial, administrative and domestic party support secured his victory in Tbilici mayor elections already in the first round
The president is expected to veto a new Constitution, but the parliament will overcome veto
Wildfires in the Borjomi Gorge reached disastrous scale unseen before
Georgia completed the construction of the largest hydro power plant
Media protest in Tbilisi after the kidnapping of Azerbaijanian journalist
Constitutional Commission votes for the new project of Constitution
Citizens of unrecognized South Ossetia will serve in Russian army
Today Georgia is a leader in fighting corruption in the region, and this is confirmed by the international researches.
A detective story with a medieval twist including intrigues, poison and an attack on the most important institution of Georgian society, the Church, has become the hottest news of the month. It overshadowed even the long-awaited visa-free regime granted by the European Union.
Georgia’s financial loss from the deal with Gazprom is nearly fourfold.
Newly elected parliament passed a resolution stating the foreign policy priority is Georgia’s EU membership, without an alternative