Georgian opposition

UNM member detained in Georgia for insulting police

Georgia's Ministry of Internal Affairs has detained a member of the United National Movement opposition, David Kirkitadze, for verbally and physically abusing the police and damage of property during the clash between …

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Bakhtadze promises to avoid revolution in Georgia

Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze said that if anyone at the opposition rally tries to create destabilization, they will be held accountable within the law. "Everyone has the right of expression and the …

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What does 2017 bring for Georgia?

The political events, such as the local elections, reform of the Constitution,  the strengthening of the ruling coalition Georgian Dream, are among the most remarkable events happened in Georgia in 2017, political analyst Gela …

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 Georgia approves new Constitution

Georgia's Parliament approved the bill on changes to the constitution with 117 votes "for" and three votes "against" in the third reading. "Today we adopted a historic decision that will become a basis for …

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Lavrov: Russia ready for dialogue with Georgia

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov positively assessed the contacts between the State Duma deputies and Georgian parliamentarians from the opposition Alliance of Patriots of Georgia. "As for contacts between …

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Will UNM elect a new chairman?

A former ruling and now the main opposition party of Georgia, ‘United National Movement’ (UNM), has accused some of its activists of spreading false information about the leaders of the party. According to the results of the …

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UNM decides to not boycott parliament

The leader of the United National Movement David Bakradze said that the party will use all the legal tools, like rallies, networks abroad in order that Georgia didn’t turned into ‘single-party …

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