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Georgian Dream makes unusual offer to opposition

The ruling Georgian Dream - Democratic Georgia party has made a new offer to the opposition at the today’s meeting, saying that they are ready for 100 spots in parliament to be elected via the proportional electoral system and the remaining …

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Burjanadze: Moscow trip was good

Today, the head of the oppositional Georgian party Democratic Movement - United Georgia, Nino Burjanadze, spoke about the outcome of a four-day trip to Moscow, assessing it as fruitful and positive. “At all the meetings that I …

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Five injured at Georgian Dream officeclash

The clash at the central office of the ruling Georgian Dream party in Tbilisi left five people with minor injuries. The clash took place late yesterday between demonstrators protesting the rejection of the GD-proposed election bill …

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European Georgia MPs leave parliamentary committees

Several opposition MPs from the European Georgia opposition party have submitted statements regarding their exit from parliamentary committees amid protests in Tbilisi sparked by the rejection of the election bill on November 14. …

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Gakharia: opposition trying to block state

Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia has responded to ongoing protests at parliament and stated that "irresponsible politicians are trying to block not a particular institution, but the state." Even …

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Georgian opposition resume protest rally at parliament

Representatives of opposition parties and civic activists have resumed demonstrations in Tbilisi aimed to re-block the parliament of Georgia and prevent legislators enter the building. Having gathered in front of the parliament …

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Georgian Dream makes compromise with opposition

The ruling Georgian Dream party's Secretary-General Kakha Kaladze said that 2020 parliamentary elections will be conducted in a mixed electoral system and the "topic is closed." However, the party …

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Protesters try to block government in Georgia

Demonstrators have gathered in front of the administration building of the Georgian government in central Tbilisi. Police did not allow them to lock the gate of the government administration building during the rally, which stirred an unrest. …

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