FOREIGN MEDIA ABOUT GEORGIA
2011-05-24Protesters Call for the Resignation of Georgia’s President
MOSCOW — The police clashed with antigovernment protesters in Georgia on Sunday, at one point firing tear gas and rubber bullets, as hundreds of demonstrators gathered in the capital of the former Soviet republic to demand the ouster of President Mikheil Saakashvili.
2011-05-16Amnesty International: Annual Report on Georgia (2011)
Concerns continued over the progress of investigations into crimes under international law during the war between Georgia and Russia in August 2008 and in its immediate aftermath. Despite some progress, solutions for the housing and integration of internally displaced people remained insufficient.
2011-05-05Georgia: Will Music Drown Out the News in Tbilisi?
Georgia’s main regulatory authority for radio and television says preference in the granting of broadcast licenses will be given to applicants that seek to entertain, rather than inform. Some observers in Tbilisi see the announcement as a government attempt to manipulate upcoming presidential and legislative elections.
U.S. Condemns May 17 Homophobic Violence in Tbilisi Four Men Arrested in Connection to May 17 Violence No to Violence – Assembly in Batumi Georgia Ranked 94th Place among Best Countries to Be a Mother A Citizen Wounded When Combating Crime in Rustavi Archive
In 2005, American researchers estimated that political advertisements on TV have short (two-week) impact on voters. But the result is so rapid andArchive
How the detention process of former senior officials is going on; whether political motivation is detected in it and will the new initiativeArchive
How do you think, did the political prisoners, released by the Parliament of Georgia short time ago, deserve freedom?