2010-04-08Davit Usupashvili: “Merabishvili’s Interview Is Beyond Politcal, Moral and All Other Norms”
2010-04-07Vano Does Not Like Ukrainian Democracy
2010-04-07Victims of Natural Disasters Request Assistance
From 13th till 17th of March natural disasters caused damage of 1 455 000 GEL to Kakheti region. Before that, on October 30-31 and on November 1, the disaster caused the damage of 7, 865 million GEL to the same region. The population received meager compensation only in Lagodekhi district. However, in the village of Uzuntala one family is still homeless. Local residents cannot clean the area from the stones at their own expenses.
2010-03-31In Georgia More And More People Wish To Migrate Abroad
According to the 2009 report of the UN High Commissionaire for Refugees, Georgia is among top ten states whose citizens request migration abroad most often. Unlike 2008, Georgia moved 7 stages backward in the rating. Before that, it occupied 17th place; in 2008 5 454 citizens of Georgia had requested shelter in various states of the world; in 2009 their number increased up to 10 994.
2010-03-31Weapons Trafficking, End User is NOT Georgian Territorial Integrity
The fallout of the war of August 2008 brings us up to speed with a much larger game that is being planned and played-out within the framework of today’s security reality. I've always suspected Georgia of having been, perhaps even before the final breakup of the USSR, a hub and transit point for most every illicit item one could imagine. It is about location and its topography - mountainous forests, the Black Sea – all make it perfect for such. Conflicted areas such as Georgia and other breakaways provide generous conditions for all kinds of illegal and shady activities.
2010-03-30Akhmeta District Thinks He Is Giant
2010-03-30Political Parsimony – Center Does not Divide Power With Regions
“In Samegrelo region, peasants in Ushguli (Svaneti region), Makhvshi (elderly and most respected people) and shepherds in Tusheti region everybody say one and the same – We are governors of ourselves,” said Davit Losaberidze, representative of the Caucasian Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development. He interviews people in various regions of Georgia about the local self-governmental system.
2010-03-30Reportage from the Village without Address
Village Erizimedi is located 65 kilometers away from Sighnaghi at Georgian-Azerbaijan border. The village was founded in 1989 and eco-migrants from Adjara autonomous republic were settled there. Officially, Erisimedi belongs to Sighnaghi district and is under jurisdiction of Georgia; however, even locals cannot enter the village without taking border control. Because of the unbearable conditions, villagers abandon the village. Several families have already returned to Khulo district in Adjara.
2010-03-29Davit Gamkrelidze: “The Government Starts to Destroy Printed Media By Closing Printing Houses”
2010-03-29Fuel Maphia Started to Revenge
2010-03-26Story about Pavilion - Or Next-Door Neighbor Is My Survivor
If you look out of your window one day and see workers working near your windows, you should not get surprised! Soon, a new building will be constructed very close to your house and you can even touch it through the window.
2010-03-25Charter of Freedom – A Mechanism for Security or An Additional Tool for the Government
Chairperson of the parliamentary fraction “Strong Georgia” Gia Tortladze requests to promptly discuss the Charter of Freedom. He said the parliament has not started discussion of the draft-charter which was first initiated in February.
2010-03-25Movement Is Dangerous In European Sighnaghi
“Sighnaghi is the most beautiful city in Europe. Neither Chinese, nor Americans, nor Turkish people can build the houses so fast, with such a high quality and enthusiasm, like we did it”, stated president Mikheil Saakashvili at the pompous presentation of renovated Sighnaghi. A year and a half later, in Sighnaghi, residential houses in several streets of the city are pulling down. Reconstructed balconies have the paints removed and need repeated repair-works. Moving around the city is life threatening because of poorly done work by the construction companies, electricity wires in Sarajishvili and Chavchavadze streets are scattered on the streets and they can kill a person at any moment.
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