2011-10-31“The Last of the Ubykh” by Bagrat Shinkuba
The Human Rights Center intends to publish the novel of Abkhaz writer Bagrat Shinkuba “The Last of the Ubykh” in Georgian and Abkhaz languages in the framework of the “Sorry” Campaign. Initially, the Center intends to prepare and upload bilingual versions of the novel on its websites www.humanrights.ge and www.apsni.org
Yesterday, I took a travel voucher granted by the Tbilisi City Mayor and enjoyed five-lari amusement which did not last longer than five minutes; finally it turned into an aggression of an ordinary voter when bus # 15 running to my house pulled up at the bus-station overcrowded as it usually happens in the rush-hour. I could not even step on the bus not to say anything about getting into it. Mini-buses # 193, 73 and 109 also passed me overcrowded, though traveling by them costs 80 tetri.
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